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API Monitoring & Testing: Locations

Locations allow you to monitor your APIs from multiple sources around the globe or from an agent running within your infrastructure. When enabled for a test environment or shared environment, each test run using that environment's configured locations (scheduled or otherwise) will be initiated from all of the selected locations simultaneously.

Map of Runscope Service Regions

Selecting Locations

From any test's environment editor, select 'Locations' to pick which regions and agents to run your tests from when using the selected environment. You can also configure locations using shared environment locations.

How to enable locations in the environments settings.

Tests can be run from any of the Runscope service regions:

Location Provider Region Code
US California Google Cloud us2
US Virginia Amazon Web Services us1
US Illinois Rackspace us3
US Texas Rackspace us4
US Oregon Amazon Web Services us5
Ireland Amazon Web Services eu1
Germany (Frankfurt) Amazon Web Services eu2
Australia (Sydney) Amazon Web Services au1
Singapore Amazon Web Services sg1
Hong Kong Google Cloud hk1
Japan (Tokyo) Google Cloud jp1
Brazil (São Paulo) Google Cloud br1
India (Mumbai) Google Cloud in1
US Ohio Amazon Web Services us6
Canada (Central) Amazon Web Services ca1
London Amazon Web Services eu3
US Iowa (us-central1) Google Cloud gc1
Finland (europe-north1) Google Cloud gcpeu3
US South Carolina (us-east1) Google Cloud gcpus8

On-premises Agents

The Radar agent allows you to run your tests from agents running within your infrastructure. When an agent is connected, it will appear in the list of available locations along with the default Runscope locations.

Shared Environment Locations

Locations can be enabled for all environments that inherit from a Shared Environment, you can edit these by going to the API Test page and selecting Shared Environments.

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