Transparency report: June 2016

author David Wibergh, about Status & transparency reports

This is the monthly transparency report for June 2016.

OVPN had two planned service interruptions in June. We deployed a new IPv6 span during the first interruption, and we migrated to a new switch during the second interruption.

Summary

Our VPN servers had an uptime of almost 100% during June. OVPN encrypted and anonymized 796 TB, which is 77 TB less than we encrypted in May.

The second quarter of 2016 ended with June and we notice an increased amount of international customers that find us. During the first quarter, only a mere 4% of our sales came from customers outside of Sweden. That number went up to 15% during the second quarter, which we are very pleased with. We've also started negotiations with new datacenters in order to find providers that fit our requirements.

Most companies slow down their production and development during the summer, but that's definitely not the case for us. We're increasing the amount of resources we allocate to continuing and speeding up the development of our own OpenVPN client, as well as the OVPNbox.

Below are the traffic and uptime statistics from our current datacenters.

VPN servers in Malmö, Sweden

Traffic spikes (Mbit/s)

Malmö – Summary of traffic spikes

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Analysis

Our datacenter in Malmö has a maximum capacity of 10 Gbit/s. However, during June the traffic load amounted to 512 Mbit/s on average.

The highest traffic spike was ** 1130 Mbit/s**, which represents ** 11,3% of the maximum capacity**. The 95th percentile landed on ** 841 Mbit/s**, meaning the traffic load was below 8,4% of the maximum capacity for 95% of the time.

In total 166 TB of traffic was encrypted and anonymized by the VPN servers in Malmö.

The Malmö datacenter had an uptime of 100% during June.

VPN servers in Stockholm, Sweden

Traffic spikes (Mbit/s)

Stockholm – Summary of traffic spikes in June

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Analysis

Our datacenter in Stockholm has a maximum capacity of 10 Gbit/s. However, during June the average traffic load was 1900 Mbit/s.

The largest traffic spike recorded was 3850 Mbit/s, which represents 38,5% of the maximum capacity. The 95th percentile landed on ** 3000 Mbit/s**, meaning the traffic load was below 30,0% of the maximum capacity for 95% of the time.

In total 615 TB of traffic was encrypted and anonymized by the servers in Stockholm.

The Stockholm datacenter had an uptime of 100% during June.

VPN servers in Frankfurt, Germany

Traffic spikes (Mbit/s)

Frankfurt – Summary of traffic spikes in June

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Analysis

We deployed our servers in Frankfurt on January 31st, meaning June is the fifth full month the servers have been running. The Frankfurt datacenter has a maximum capacity of 10 Gbit/s. However, the traffic load was a mere 46 Mbit/s on average in June.

The largest traffic spike recorded was 313 Mbit/s, which represents 3,1% of the maximum capacity. The 95th percentile landed on 111 Mbit/s, meaning the traffic load was below 1,11% of the maximum capacity for 95% of the time.

As the servers in Frankfurt were recently deployed the traffic amount was significantly lower than for our other datacenters. In total a mere 15 TB of traffic was encrypted and anonymized in the Frankfurt datacenter.

Frankfurt had an uptime of 100% during June.

Website

WEB01 had an uptime of almost 100% in June. The downtime occurred during our planned service interruption.

Database

SQL01 had an uptime of almost 100% in June. The downtime occurred during our planned service interruption.