06-07-2017 11:40 PM
We are using 5 grids locations in our performance tests . But there are some grids which are behaving very bad ...we have seen lot of netowrk latency issues on them and while running the test also lot of spikes in response time come on these regions which affect the overall response time in transactions .
1. Amazon EC2 US east
2. Amazon EC2 US west ( north california ).
3. Amazon EC2 US west ( oregon )
4. google compute engine us central
5. google compute engine us south carolina
And painful locations are Amazon oregon ( in which we see inconsistent spikes in response time during tests )
And second one is
google compute engine us south carolina region .
Is there any known issue on these regions ?
Any suggestions on how we can solve this ?
Any suggestions on good grid locations which we can use in our tests with minimal latency? .
06-08-2017 11:37 AM
Hi Shabda, it would be unusual for us to see issues with those locations as it relates to network latency. More commonly, you might be overextending the bandwidth of your servers in those locations. Each location can handle only so much bandwidth. Have you calibrated? What company do you work for? It might help provide more context.
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