can jot forms support the traffic to our forms on a peak (deadline) day/time?

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    a2b2c
    Asked on August 12, 2016 at 10:31 AM

    We've built a custom of form for registration to a conference. We loved the additional flexibility provided vs e.g. google forms. 

    I've been testing the forms, together with a colleague and so far the speed/responsiveness has been great. 

    However, yesterday we opened the testing to some ~ 10 other testers in the team and the responsiveness has not been as great. We are worried that when reaching the peak/deadline for registration the forms would not stand the traffic. 

    We are expecting 200-300 registrants, most of which will be registering in the span of a week, with a peak on the deadline date. 

    Can you comment or provide advice?

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    victor
    Answered on August 12, 2016 at 12:24 PM

    Our servers should be able to support the amount of traffic. We do have some restricting with email notification. For malicious users don't allow only a certain notification to be send per hour.

    To give you a better answer, can you please explain the type of form you will be using and other details that may help give you a precise answer.