Google Launches Second Cloud Region In India

Google Launches Second Cloud Region In India

Today, Google launched its second cloud region in Delhi NCR, India. With its latest launch, Google now has 26 cloud regions, 79 zones and 146 points of presence worldwide.

Google launched its second cloud region in Delhi NCR, India. With its latest launch, Google now has 26 cloud regions, 79 zones and 146 points of presence worldwide. In the Asia Pacific, Delhi NCR marks the 10th region. In India, the first cloud region was set up in Mumbai in 2017. Read morE: https://analyticsindiamag.com/google-launches-second-cloud-region-in-india/

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