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-====== Minimum Recommended Internet Speed for Paas/Saas ====== +====== Minimum Recommended Internet Speed for PaaS/SaaS ======
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 ==== Details ==== ==== Details ====
  
-Virtually any high speed internet ​provider (ADSL or Cable) should be sufficient for Paas or Saas+Virtually any high speed Internet ​provider (ADSL or Cable) should be sufficient for PaaS or SaaS
-However, if you are planning on connecting several computers to your internet ​connection, and utilizing them all at the same time, we recommend you invest in a high speed Business connection. ​+However, if you are planning on connecting several computers to your Internet ​connection, and utilizing them all at the same time, we recommend you invest in a high speed Business connection. ​
  
 The most important factor is the latency of the connection between the originating workstation and the hosting server (not necessarily the speed of the Internet connection).  ​ The most important factor is the latency of the connection between the originating workstation and the hosting server (not necessarily the speed of the Internet connection).  ​
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 To better understand this, Network or Internet latency is described as how much time it takes for a packet of data to get from one point to another. Latency can be measured by sending and receiving a packet of data. The length of time it takes for that packet to be sent to another location and received back to the originating location is the latency. ​ You want that number to be as small as possible. ​ You want the latency of the connection to be as close to zero as possible. To better understand this, Network or Internet latency is described as how much time it takes for a packet of data to get from one point to another. Latency can be measured by sending and receiving a packet of data. The length of time it takes for that packet to be sent to another location and received back to the originating location is the latency. ​ You want that number to be as small as possible. ​ You want the latency of the connection to be as close to zero as possible.
  
-For Paas and Saas we recommend that the latency be under 150 ms. +For PaaS and SaaS we recommend that the latency be under 150 ms. 
  
 http://​azurespeedtest.azurewebsites.net/​ can be used to perform some tests.  ​ http://​azurespeedtest.azurewebsites.net/​ can be used to perform some tests.  ​
 We use the West US data center currently. We use the West US data center currently.
  
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-Created by Steve Wind March 28 2017 
  
  
-====== +Created by Steve Wind March 28 2017\\ 
-[[http://​mywindward.wws5.com|{{ ​ http://​wws5.com/​support/​images/​cust_support_banner_bottom.jpg ​ |myWindward}}]]+Modified by David Cartwright September 18 2017
paas_saas_internet_speed_recomended.txt · Last modified: 2017/09/18 16:45 by dcartwright