DataDome technology is deployed in several regions to provide the best latency between your servers and our regional endpoints.
In each region, the architecture is set up to provide high availability through autoscaling technology.
As DataDome relies on real time detection technology, our server availability needs to match our customers' capacity requirements and variations.
DataDome provides three types of endpoints:
- Geo-proximity: to use by default, if you don’t have any outgoing filter on the 80/443 ports. Geo-proximity will use the closest DataDome dynamic endpoint (see list below) and allows the adoption of the same configuration for various servers in different locations.
- Dynamic: to use if you want to be in a specific country and you don't have any outgoing filter on the 80/443 ports.
- Static-IP: to use if you need to open a firewall for fixed IPs.
USA East (Virginia)
USA East (Ohio)
USA Central (Illinois)
USA South Central (Texas)
USA South East (Florida)
USA West (N. California)
USA West Central (Utah)
USA West (Oregon)
Brazil (Sao Paolo)
You can find more information here.
We provide a script to test the latency between your web servers and each DataDome region. This bash script will run a few
curl commands and print performance results:
wget https://package.datadome.co/latency.txt sh latency.txt
You need to install cygwin to run the latency script, as shown in the steps below:
1) Download cygwin: [cygwin install](http://www.cygwin.com/install.html) 2) Click on install or update now 3) Chose install from the internet 4) Chose a server 5) Check Full in View and stay in windows. 6) Write "wget" in column "Package" 7) Click on skip and chose version 8) Write "curl" in column "Package" 9) Click in skip and chose version 10) Click on next 11) now you can execute cygwin
Updated about 1 year ago