I am cc-ing analytics@ public e-mail lists where you can direct this type
for this goal we need time series of the http requests
and so on) the resolution of milliseconds.
This is really not super clear. I think you need to provide a more through
description of the data you need.
For example, this describes internal data that we retain for ad most 90
Given that you need ms resolution it is not likely we might have a dataset
you can use but maybe someone on this list can point you to a released
dataset that might be suitable.
On Fri, Jan 27, 2017 at 3:00 PM, Laurentiu Checiu <lchec097(a)uottawa.ca>
Dear Ms. Nuria Ruiz,
I am a PhD student at the University of Ottawa and my research is focused
on the cloud computing stochastic models.
I found "Page view statistics for Wikimedia projects":
and from this source I
can construct time series of http requests on a hourly base. Based on these
time series we can estimate a model for a cloud computing system. However,
this hourly rate of the requests is not quite suitable for our intended
model. We are aiming to a model able to react at level of seconds or even
faster and for this goal we need time series of the http requests
(pagecount, traces, and so on) at the resolution of milliseconds. We are
interested only on the number of the requests on the time unit (ms) and not
on the actual source or the destination of these http requests.
May I ask you for help in this matter ?