AWS launches European Sovereign Cloud service to meet EU data rules

26/10/2023 | Associated Press

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is launching a new cloud solution designed for government entities and industries with strict regulatory requirements in the European Union (EU). The new infrastructure, called Amazon Web Services European Sovereign Cloud, will operate independently from Amazon's other cloud services, using servers located only within the EU. The move is in response to the growing demand for cloud solutions that comply with Europe's data privacy and sovereignty standards. Only AWS employees who are residents of EU member states will have access and control over the operations of this cloud service, providing customer support and ensuring high levels of data security and regulatory compliance.

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