Azure Machine Learning available in Southeast Asia and Western Europe

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Azure Machine Learning has been released in our Southeast Asia (Singapore) and Western Europe (Amsterdam) datacenters. Users in these regions can create workspaces locally in these datacenters. This helps them adhere to regulatory constraints, which require that all their data storage and computation resources be located within certain geographical boundaries outside the US. In addition, network latency is improved and bandwidth limitations are reduced for these Asian and European users. For more information, please see Azure Machine Learning Goes to Southeast Asia.

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