Azure is generally available in 34 regions around the world, and has announced plans for 4 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|
|US DoD East||US DoD East|
|US DoD Central||US DoD Central|
|Canada East||Quebec City|
|Brazil South||Sao Paulo State|
|US Gov. Arizona||Arizona|
|US Gov. Texas||Texas|
|France Central||France Central|
|France South||France South|
|East Asia||Hong Kong|
|Australia East||New South Wales|
|Japan East||Tokyo, Saitama|
The India Regions are available to customers with a business presence in India.
Newly announced regions are not yet generally available to customers. General availability will be announced on the Azure blog.
Azure in China is available through a unique partnership between Microsoft and 21Vianet, one of the country’s largest Internet providers.
Azure Germany provides services under a data trustee model. Customer data remains in Germany under the control of T-Systems International GmbH, a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom, acting as the German data trustee.