Adobe Commerce Architect Master
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Due to a marketing campaign, a website is experiencing a very large number of simultaneously placed orders, which is affecting checkout performance. The website is in the production deploy mode.
Which two website settings can an Architect optimize to decrease the impact on checkout performance? (Choose two.)
To minimize the impact on checkout performance due to a large number of simultaneously placed orders, an Architect can optimize two website settings: Asynchronous indexing admin panel setting (A) and Multithreaded checkout processing admin panel setting (B). Enabling asynchronous indexing admin panel setting can be done by executing the command tm/magento config:set dev/grid/async_ini*xmg 1, while the multithreaded checkout processing admin panel setting can be set to a higher value representing the number of PHP threads used exclusively for checkout. It is important to note that the website deploy mode should not be set to siege mode and should instead be changed back to production as soon as the number of simultaneously placed orders decreases to acceptable levels.
An Architect needs to integrate an Adobe Commerce store with a new Shipping Carrier. Cart data is sent to the Shipping Carrier's API to retrieve the price and display to the customer. After the feature is implemented on the store, the API hits its quota and returns the error "Too many requests". The Shipping Carrier warns the store about sending too many requests with the same content to the API.
In the carrier model, what should the Architect change to fix the problem?
Implementing setCachedQuotes () andgetCachedQuotes() in the carrier model can allow the store to store the cart data in a cache, so that repeated requests with the same content can be retrieved from the cache instead of sending a new request to the API. This can reduce the number of requests and avoid hitting the quota limit.
References:  https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-65/commerce/commerce-payment-shipping-modules/shipping/shipping-carrier-apis.html  https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-65/commerce/commerce-payment-shipping-modules/shipping/developing-shipping-carrier-integrations/shipping-carrier-model.html
An Adobe Commerce Architect needs to create a new customer segment condition to enable admins to specify an 'Average sales amount' condition for certain segments.
The Architect develops the custom condition under vendor\Module\Model\Segment\condition\AverageSalesAmount with all of its requirements:
During testing, the following error appears:
Which two steps should the Architect complete to fix the problem? (Choose two.)