Sunday, January 10, 2016

AWS expands datacentre footprint in Apac

Services in the cloud giant opens new data centers in Seoul in response to the demands of Korean customers
Amazon Web Services (AWS) global expansion has slowed, after confirming the opening of other data centers in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) for its Korean customers.

The area of ​​Seoul is the fifth giant cloud services will be opened in the area of ​​Apac, with its customer base in Korea willing to be the main beneficiaries of its opening.

"The Korean-based customers were using the AWS cloud AWS other regions for several years," the company said in a statement.

"With the launch of the Seoul region, developers and companies as well as multinational companies based in Korea with users in Korea can safely store and process their data in AWS latency milliseconds single digits in most of Korea" .

It means is served portfolio of cloud services company from 32 areas of availability, scattered in 12 geographical regions worldwide release.

He also plans to open data centers in China, India, Ohio and the United Kingdom in the coming year.
In the terminology of AWS, "availability zone" is the term used to describe an area that contains one or more geographically separate data centers.

Andy Jassy, ​​senior vice president of AWS, said the decision to expand its operations in Asia-Pacific was motivated by the growing customer demand for its services.

"Customers continue to choose as AWS infrastructure technology platform, because we have many more features than any other cloud provider, partner and customer ecosystem much larger built around AWS, and maturity unparalleled security and performance," he said .

"Our customers and Korean partners have asked us to build an infrastructure of AWS in Korea so they can run more workloads on AWS and approve initiatives that could change your business and the customer experience."

The news comes after several other corporate announcements made recently in the price and availability of their products.

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