This is a free online service that helps you fast check pings to cloud services or online games around the world. You don't need to directly access services or access games to check, just have a web browser, you can check from anywhere as long as you have an internet connection.
In addition to increasing the performance of ping testing, this website prioritizes using http instead of https. So http will give much lower latency than https because of http is plain and not checking TLS/SSL.
We have a mobile app that makes ping testing more convenientm accurate and supported more services.
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DigitalOcean, Inc. is an American cloud infrastructure provider headquartered in New York City with data centers worldwide.DigitalOcean provides developers cloud services that help to deploy and scale applications that run simultaneously on multiple computers. As of January 2018, DigitalOcean was the third-largest hosting company in the world in terms of web-facing computers.
In 2003, Ben and Moisey Uretsky who had founded ServerStack, a managed hosting business, wanted to create a new product which would combine the web hosting and virtual servers. The Uretskys, having surveyed the cloud hosting market felt that most hosting companies were targeting enterprise clients leaving the entrepreneurial software developers market underserved. In 2011 the Uretskys founded DigitalOcean, a company which would provide server provisioning and cloud hosting for software developers.
In 2012 the Uretskys met co-founder Mitch Wainer following Wainer's response to a Craigslist job listing. The company launched their beta product in January 2012. By mid-2012, the founding team consisted of Ben Uretsky, Moisey Uretsky, Mitch Wainer, Jeff Carr, and Alec Hartman. After DigitalOcean was accepted into TechStars 2012's startup accelerator in Boulder, Colorado, the founders moved to Boulder to work on the product. By the end of the accelerator program in August 2012, the company had signed up 400 customers and launched around 10,000 cloud server instances. On January 16th, 2018, new droplet (virtual machines) plans were introduced on their blog. In May 2018, the company announced the launch of its Kubernetes-based container service.
DigitalOcean currently offers a community resource, which provides developer-to-developer forums and tutorials on open source and sysadmin topics. As of August 2014, the Community resource receives 2 million visitors per month and has more than 1,000 vetted tutorials. In partnership with Stripe payment processing company, DigitalOcean sponsored Libscore tool to freely provide its developer community with open access to analytics on web development tools. DigitalOcean Marketplace provides a platform to distill operational knowledge into sharable and repeatable software through community collaboration. Through three core components, DigitalOcean Kubernetes for the core infrastructure, OpenChannel for the catalog API and data warehouse, Cloudflare for CDN and load-balancing.