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Containers limitations

Reviewed on 12 October 2021Published on 12 October 2021

This section contains usage limits that apply when using Serverless Containers.

RessourcesCriteriaLimitsScope
NamespacesMax Number5Project
ContainersMax Number100Namespace
ContainersMax Number500Organisation
Image size CompressedMax size250MBContainer
Image size UncompressedMax size1GContainer
Temporary disk sizeMax size512 MBContainer
Invocation rateMax Number1000 per secondContainer
ConcurrencyMax80Container Instance
Scale (Number of simultaneous Container Instance)Max20Container
Environment VariablesMax Number100Function + Namespace
Environment VariablesMax Size1000 charsEnvironment Variables
Time before scale to zeroTime15mInstance
Time before scale downTime30sInstance
TimeoutMax900sRequest
PayloadMax Size6MBRequest

Configuration Restrictions

In order to ensure the proper functioning of the product, we restrict the use of certain ports and environment variables

  • Blocked Port:

    • 25: Due to potential abuse (SPAM), no outbound traffic is allowed through this port
  • Reserved environment variables:

    • PORT: Port on which your server should listen to: 8080
    • SCW_*: Reserved for product configuration (for example: token validation)

Image configuration

We use Knative on Scaleway Kaspule to deliver the CaaS Product. Hence, if you use your image on a knative service it should work.

  • Web Server: Your container needs to include a web server (otherwise CaaS will not be able to wake it up).
  • Execution: A container can run up to 15 min after receiving its last request.
  • Port: Your application should listen on either the environment variable $PORT (reserved) or on port 8080.
  • Inbound traffic: Only HTTP (1 or 2) inbound traffic is allowed.
  • Token and access management: You can configure a token through the Scaleway Console or API. Our API will set the following environment variables, which you need to use in your application to validate incoming requests (token provided by our APIs):
    • SCW_PUBLIC: true or false based on your privacy settings.
    • SCW_PUBLIC_KEY: PEM-encoded public Key used to decrypt tokens.
    • SCW_NAMESPACE_ID: Current Namespace ID
    • SCW_APPLICATION_ID: Current Container ID