The following limits exist to ensure optimum performance of the Lytics platform and your connected sites, data sources, and applications. The tables contain default limits for all accounts unless stated otherwise. If you have questions, please contact your Lytics Account Manager.
An event is any action or activity a user performs, any update to a profile, or any export out of the subscription services.
|Max input size||4 KB||Byte size of a single input record.|
|Max size in batch||16 KB||Byte size of a single input record within a batch.|
|Max size total batch||1 GB||Byte size of all records within a batch.|
|Max event ingress rate||Quota based on pricing||Events collected per hour.|
|Max output size||1 MB||Byte size of a single output record, also known as a trigger event.|
|Max trigger event egress rate||Quota based on pricing||Events triggered per hour.|
A user profile is the living record of an individual that interacts with your brand. Lytics user profiles provide a view of your customers across the channels you have connected.
- Known profiles have at least one known identifier such as an email or CRM ID.
- Anonymous profiles have only anonymous identifiers such as a cookie ID.
|Max size of a user profile||1 MB||Byte size of a single user profile.|
|Max size of a profile identifier||256 bytes||Unique identifiers are used to merge data fragments together into a single user profile. Read more about stitching user profiles.|
|Max number of user attribute values on a profile||1,000||Values include individual items in complex field types such as maps and sets. E.g. if a user has 100 values for the field |
|Max aggregate size of all user profiles||Quota based on pricing||Total size of all user profiles.|
|Max number of custom mapped fields||Quota based on pricing||Custom mapping of fields through Lytics Query Language (LQL).|
|Max stitched Identifiers||50||“Stitched” identifiers can be used to look up a user such as email or user ID.|
Audiences are groups of users that can be targeted based on user fields or other audiences. Lytics audiences are automatically kept up-to-date as users move in and out of groups based on their activity.
|Max number of audiences||500||Total audiences per account.|
|Max number of conditions (custom rules) per audience||1,000||This limit includes parent and nested conditions.|
|Max audience re-evaluation rate||Quota based on pricing||Max number of profiles Lytics will reevaluate per hour for all time-based audiences.|
|Max length of audience name displayed||64 characters||This limit is for displaying audience names in the Lytics UI.|
Browsers and Cookies
|Max cookie size per domain||4,096 bytes||This limit includes both Lytics generated cookie names and the values of all other domain-specific cookies.|
|Maximum size of collect payload sent via URL||2,000 bytes||Try to keep payload sizes small enough to fit in a URL using GIF transport. If the GIF limit is exceeded, the payload will be sent via iframe transport, which can result in poor performance.|
The following limits apply to server-side integrations, which allow Lytics to communicate directly with third-party services, usually in the form of a workflow.
|Max number of active import integrations||100||Import integrations ingest data such as user profiles, activity data, and subscription status from third-party tools into Lytics.|
|Max number of active export integrations (“subscriptions”)||200||Export integrations send user profile data from Lytics to a third-party tool, usually at the audience level. Raw event data or metrics can also be exported for monitoring.|
|Max integrations creations per hour||10||This limit applies to all server-side integrations, including imports, exports, and any other workflow such as enrichment integrations.|
The Lytics Content Affinity Engine uses data science and Natural Language Processing to analyze content, extract topics, and calculate user-level topic affinities.
|Max number of URLs enriched||20,000 URLs per month||Read more about Content Enrichment limits.|
|Max number of topics displayed||500||This limit is for how many topics are shown on the user profile. Read more about topic limits.|
|Max number of topics per user||50||Lytics retains affinities for up to 50 topics per user, representing the content they are most likely to interact with.|
Lytics enables you to build custom Lookalike Models as a proprietary service that uses your own, first-party data to evaluate audiences and conversion rates.