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Recently, I migrated one of my personal projects into cloud and hosted the app on UK based servers.

I reside in Turkey and I would like to see how long it takes for my pages to load for UK based users and those from other countries.

I tried to ping the web site but I am getting time outs. I think it is because of the load balancer.

Are there any services around that will allow me to monitor my website's page load times around the world?

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There's a great tool at http://www.webpagetest.org/ which allows you to measure the loading speed of a site. You can choose from a list of locations to test from and there are a few in the UK.

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I haven't used the monitoring features, but it does have a great load time tool, which you can choose different browsers and countries to test from.

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Google Analytics includes load time monitoring (which can be filtered by visitor's geographic location or browser) as part of its free service.

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