Azure is generally available in 30 regions around the world, and has announced plans for 8 additional regions. Geographic expansion is a priority for Azure because it enables our customers to achieve higher performance and it supports their requirements and preferences regarding data location.Explore products per region
|East US 2||Virginia|
|North Central US||Illinois|
|South Central US||Texas|
|West Central US||West Central US|
|West US 2||West US 2|
|US Gov. Virginia||Virginia|
|US Gov. Iowa||Iowa|
|Canada East||Quebec City|
|Brazil South||Sao Paulo State|
|US DoD East||To be announced|
|US DoD Central||To be announced|
|US Gov. Arizona||Arizona|
|US Gov. Texas||Texas|
|France Central||To be announced|
|France South||To be announced|
|East Asia||Hong Kong|
|Australia East||New South Wales|
|Japan East||Tokyo, Saitama|
|Korea South||To be announced|
The India Regions are available to customers with a business presence in India.
The newly announced regions are not generally available to customers at this time. General availability will be announced via the Azure blog.
Azure is now available in China through a unique partnership between Microsoft and 21Vianet, one of the country’s largest Internet providers. (https://www.azure.cn/)
In Germany, Azure will be available via a new data trustee model, whereby customer data remains in Germany under the control of T-Systems, a Deutsche Telekom company, acting as the German data trustee.