Geolocation

Geographic Locations

Get ready for international – generate traffic from geographic locations around the world

Before you launch your web application around the globe, make sure you can deliver the best user experience possible. Having multiple geographies ensures consistent performance by anticipating variations from continent to continent and by allowing you to split your traffic across multiple regions when you run tests.

Get traffic from all over the world

Anticipate site responsiveness and user experience in any or all of the following regions:

  • US (Oregon)
  • US (Virginia)
  • US (Ohio)
  • US (California)
  • Europe (Frankfurt)
  • Europe (Ireland)
  • Europe (London)
  • Europe (Paris)
  • Canada (Central)
  • South America (São Paulo)
  • Asia (Tokyo)
  • Asia (Seoul)
  • Asia (Singapore)
  • Asia (Mumbai)
  • Australia (Sydney)
Get traffic from all the world

Get traffic from all over the world

Anticipate site responsiveness and user experience in any or all of the following regions:

  • US (Oregon)
  • US (Virginia)
  • US (Ohio)
  • US (California)
  • Europe (Frankfurt)
  • Europe (Ireland)
  • Europe (London)
  • Europe (Paris)
  • Canada (Central)
  • South America (São Paulo)
  • Asia (Tokyo)
  • Asia (Seoul)
  • Asia (Singapore)
  • Asia (Mumbai)
  • Australia (Sydney)

Performance metrics for each region

Select as many regions as you’d like in any single plan, then assign percentages for each region. Reports include combined results as well as region-specific results. You can also do an easy comparison across regions.

Performance metrics for each region

Select as many regions as you’d like in any single plan, then assign percentages for each region. Reports include combined results as well as region-specific results. You can also do an easy comparison across regions.