- Aug 22, 2009
Exactly, it's a ping from your house, it's dependent on physics.This is ping form my house.
So what would be so sensitive that it needs less than ~3ms latency
It says nothing about variation(jitter) or the route taken, try your test from a non-peering network http://lg.he.net/
You can execute SQL and create a response within ~3ms.
You can't get into the site unless you have been authorised.
Opening the doors sets of alarms that notify people on site and remotely (in other countries, so it isn't something that goes unnoticed)
From the above description there are aspects to why some things have to be on-prem,Huh?
Designed to work in a LAN, internet connectivity not required
Use of hardware, like hardware security modules etc.
To have been authorised, you first would need to be verified(1:1) or identified(1:N). Whatever hardware is in use(keypads, fingerprint scanners), it would be communicating over the network, typically TCP sockets.
Authorisation is a JIT event, getting in after-hours would be an exception similar to setting off alarms.
Notifications have to be acknowledged and those on-site are a priority.
^That doesn't seem like a CPU bound workload that would benefit from the cloud. It's I/O bound.
Sure it could be 3ms, but that's 3ms of back pressure and you can't drop security like packets.