One of the biggest Russian clouds is going down on August 1st 2013

  • Posted on July 16, 2013
  • troexAsked by troex

Russian “Scalaxy” cloud hosting is closing on first August, so get prepared for a rush from russian clients, I think AMS platform will be the most requested, at least I’m moving 10 servers.

I’m a bit worried about network connectivity and decided to make some speed tests. Fetching from most russian servers I’m able to fetch only at average 20-40 mbit/s which is too slow, while some servers gives 350-500 mbit/s so I think it depends on routing mostly, but probably can be improved, latency is always around 50ms which is ok.

My current score is 3+ out of 5.

How would you rate connectivity to russian segments?

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Looks like AMS is available again, I’m moving!

Hello! I’m try create Droplet, but “Due to high demand and capacity restrictions we have temporarily disabled droplet creation in this region.” <br> <br>If ping ( 50 ) to Amsterdam acceptable but to US it’s very slow. <br> <br>Me too recive mail about closing Scalaxy

Has the weather network been notified of this? :O