Amazon S3 - Climate Details

This page shows the performance for the Amazon S3 file storage service (US and EU locations) for the last 2 days as well as the last 30 days.

HTTP Requests to Amazon S3 US Bucket (48 Hours/30 Days)

HTTP Requests to Amazon S3 US Bucket

HTTP Requests to Amazon S3 US Bucket

HTTP Requests to Amazon S3 EU Bucket (48 Hours/30 Days)

HTTP Requests to Amazon S3 EU Bucket

HTTP Requests to Amazon S3 EU Bucket

How To Read The Graphs

We measure the performance of the Amazon S3 service by downloading a 65 KByte file every 30 seconds from the US and EU locations using the cloud hosting systems of the CloudClimate.com network. In an ideal world the measured times would be constant over time. Spikes in the graph are caused by S3 server problems, network latencies or other connectivity problems. An outage of S3 would cause all four graph lines to show anomalies. Otherwise network problems outside of the Amazon network are more likely.