Is it possible to share the same privateLink in Deno Subhosting?

Recently we are trying to implement a "custom js function" module in Deno Subhosting, our concern is about the performance and latency, since our product is a cloud database, so we need our custom function(hosted in Deno Subhosting) to interact with our cloud database for fetching data. After the search, we found this: to make endpoints have the same region to our data service. Question1: Any other suggestions for the performance, especially interact with other services? Question2: We saw the Enterprise License had a upcoming feature, deploy on your own cloud, when will this feature release? Thanks
Deno AI Helper•56d ago
I wasn't able to find the answer to your question in the official Deno documentation. However, based on the information you've provided in your message, I can offer some general advice. For your first question regarding performance when interacting with other services, it's important to ensure that your services are geographically close to reduce latency, which you've already mentioned by looking into endpoints and regions. Additionally, consider using efficient data serialization formats, connection pooling, and caching strategies to improve performance. Keep in mind that this advice is not based on the Deno documentation, and you should double-check the accuracy of these suggestions. Regarding your second question about the release date of the feature to deploy on your own cloud with an Enterprise License, I do not have that information. Release dates for upcoming features are typically announced by the Deno team, so I would recommend keeping an eye on official announcements from Deno or reaching out to Deno's support or sales team for the most accurate and up-to-date information. Remember to always verify any advice given with the official documentation or by consulting with the Deno team directly.
piscisaureus🦕•56d ago
@Bosn Ma * You can't address these regions directly (that was an earlier iteration of the subhosting product). However we use anycast IPs so your requests should automatically be routed to the nearest GCP region. I'd be interested to learn what clouds/regions you're using. * We'd love to talk more about your needs for an on-prem solution, but I don't have your e-mail address. If you're interested, feel free to drop us an email at and we'll find some time to talk.