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Which location for usage in Kuwait

Posted August 1, 2021 95 views
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I currently have ERP Software hosted on Droplet based on Bangalore BLR1 Location. Is that optimal or should I move to a better location?
ERP Usage is only in Kuwait.

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Hi @themaimoon,

I think it’s optimal yes, I can’t see anything that would be better as a location for you. Everything else is further than Bangalore. Maybe the next closer one would be Frankfurt, Germany but it’s still further away from Bangalore.

Hello,

DigitalOcean’s datacenters are in the following locations:

Datacenter Name | Geographic Location | Slug (for the API and doctl)
NYC1 - New York City, United States - nyc1
NYC2 - New York City, United States - nyc2
NYC3 - New York City, United States - nyc3
AMS2 - Amsterdam, the Netherlands - ams2
AMS3 - Amsterdam, the Netherlands - ams3
SFO1 - San Francisco, United States - sfo1
SFO2 - San Francisco, United States - sfo2
SFO3 - San Francisco, United States - sfo3
SGP1 - Singapore - sgp1
LON1 - London, United Kingdom - lon1
FRA1 - Frankfurt, Germany - fra1
TOR1 - Toronto, Canada - tor1
BLR1 - Bangalore, India - blr1

You can also check our Regional Availability

https://docs.digitalocean.com/products/platform/availability-matrix/

The BLR1 data center seems to be the one closest to you. However, you can also set up a CDN in order to achieve better results.

https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/what-is-a-cdn

https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tags/cdn

Regards,
Alex

by Brian Boucheron
A content delivery network (CDN) is a geographically distributed group of servers optimized to deliver static content to end users. This static content can be almost any sort of data, but CDNs are most commonly used to deliver web pages and their related files, streaming video and audio, and large software packages.