Google has opened a second cloud zone in India, bringing the total number of cloud regions in Asia-Pacific to ten. The new location, which is located in New Delhi, will support the US vendor’s local government and private sector customers.
Google Cloud’s India MD Bikram Singh Bedi wrote in a blog post that it will also help enterprises with their digital transformation efforts and India’s economic recovery. Google Kubernetes Engine, Cloud Spanner, BigQuery are among the services available in the Delhi region, which has three availability zones.
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