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Trigger when new payment made.
Trigger when new transaction is coming.
Trigger when new user created.
Triggers each time when a new message in a conversation is received.
Create a new coupon for the given product or a checkout.
Create a new subscription billing plan with the supplied parameters.
Create or update a contact.
Updates an existing contact.
Paddle refers to the load balancer which can distribute requests across multiple web servers. It uses a stateless algorithm to determine where the request should be sent based on its content and how it was accessed.
Paddle is used in situations where you have a large number of clients accessing the same URL, but you want to make sure that each client has their own session information.
For example, if you have a website with a chat room where all users share one single chat room. Each time a user enters the site, they will be assigned a random unique ID. This unique ID is then attached to the user’s data and included in a cookie that is set when they enter the chat room. When the user leaves the chat room, they are reassigned a new unique ID.
Drift is a term used when describing a situation when a load balancer becomes out of sync with the underlying setup. In other words, it has drifted from the actual state of the system.
Drift can occur in two ways:
In an active-passive configuration when the primary server fails, the secondary server may respond with stale or incorrect data. You can avoid this by ensuring that the secondary server responds with a fresh copy of the database in a way that makes it clear to your users that they are at a secondary server.
In an active-active configuration, the load balancers themselves might become out of sync. For example, if both load balancers are serving up different content for a certain URL, they will both mark this URL as “drifting” and begin to redirect traffic away from each other. To prevent this from happening, you can use a top like Paddle to ensure that both load balancers respond with the same content.
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