Do you mean which server pod your instance is hosted? If that's what you mean, you can look at the URL of your Marketo instance to deduce the data center where your pod is hosted. It's not 100% clear, but here's what I know generally:
Thanks for your reply. It helps a lot. Could you share where can I get full abbreviations details from Marketo documentation page?
Could you also please help me understand what is the number means next to lon etc..
Example: https://app-lon15.mkto.com/#CAXXXX (dummy url)
The Nth host. Like if you have 20 hosts in a Data center (assuming no additional load balancing) they're 01-20. Standard public naming convention instead of calling them Abel, Brian, Chrystal, etc.
I know it's a topic from two years ago, but for companies that are in other regions like South America, does Marketo use CDNs? or some other resource? so that the information flows faster.
CDNs aren't practical for entirely dynamic parts of the app (i.e. the logged-in parts).
Marketo does use CloudFront in front of pages/services that play well with caching.
Marketo has pods in many locations. I can't comment on South America, but for example in New Zealand, my clients tend to be deployed on the Sydney (SN) pod.