On July 15, tech conglomerate Google announced that it is broadening its cloud service infrastructure in India, by setting up a second “Cloud Region” in the Delhi-NCR area. The center is to cater to the data needs of customers in India and across the Asia-Pacific region, which are the “fastest-growing markets”.
The Delhi-NCR project will join the existing 25 Cloud Regions network around the world. It ensures that Google Cloud customers will enjoy low-latency and high-performance of their cloud-based workloads and data. The region further opens with three availability zones to protect against service disruptions and offers a portfolio of key products, including Compute Engine, App Engine, Google Kubernetes Engine, Cloud Bigtable, Cloud Spanner and BigQuery, as explained in a Google Cloud statement.
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