jm + latency + benchmarks   2

Benchmarking Redis on AWS ElastiCache
good data points, but could do with latency percentiles
latency  redis  measurement  benchmarks  ec2  elasticache  aws  storage  tests 
september 2013 by jm
Communication costs in real-world networks
Peter Bailis has generated some good real-world data about network performance and latency, measured using EC2 instances, between ec2 regions, between zones, and between hosts in a single AZ. good data (particularly as I was looking for this data in a public source not too long ago).

I wasn’t aware of any datasets describing network behavior both within and across datacenters, so we launched m1.small Amazon EC2 instances in each of the eight geo-distributed “Regions,” across the three us-east “Availability Zones” (three co-located datacenters in Virginia), and within one datacenter (us-east-b). We measured RTTs between hosts for a week at a granularity of one ping per second.


Some of the high-percentile measurements are undoubtedly impact of host and VM behaviour, but that is still good data for a typical service built in EC2.
networks  performance  measurements  benchmarks  ops  ec2  networking  internet  az  latency 
may 2013 by jm

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