|The location will be effect connect speed?||hpbg delta||12/1/10 10:13 PM|
I want make sure the user connects is effectuation in American if I
upload the project from Taiwan.
or user in Taiwan more fast connect the web data than in American.
|Re: The location will be effect connect speed?||Dave Watson||12/2/10 10:50 AM|
I believe Google's datacenter is located in California, so it
shouldn't matter where you upload from.
|Re: [google-appengine] Re: The location will be effect connect speed?||Ikai Lan (Google)||12/2/10 5:56 PM|
The data centers are in North America. For the most part, users in the United States will not notice latencies. For users outside the United States, the request goes like this:
- Request goes to a geographically close Google front end data center
- From the Google data center, requests are routed to App Engine data center(s). This'll be faster than if a user were to access the App Engine data centers directly, but there will be latency
Requests for static content or images served via the high performance image serving API are usually served off a close by data center.
Developer Programs Engineer, Google App Engine