Sunday, March 3, 2024
No menu items!
HomeCloud ComputingThe new Google Cloud region in Dallas, Texas is now open

The new Google Cloud region in Dallas, Texas is now open

Google is proud to have roots in Texas, where over 2,400 Googlers from Android, Cloud, Ads and other product areas, support millions of Texas businesses. In 2021, Google helped provide $38.25 billion of economic activity for Texas businesses, nonprofits, publishers, creators and developers. Today, we’re excited to expand our presence in Texas with the launch of our newest Google Cloud region in Dallas, bringing a second region to the central United States, the eleventh in North America, and our global total to 34.

Local capacity for the Lone Star State

Now open to Google Cloud customers, the Dallas region provides you with the speed and availability you need to innovate faster and build high-performing applications that cater to the needs of nearby end users. We’ve heard from many of you that the availability of your workloads and business continuity are increasingly top priorities. The Dallas region gives you added capacity and the flexibility to distribute your workloads across the U.S.

Getting started

If you’re new to Google Cloud, check out some of our resources to get started. You can also integrate your on-premises workloads with our new region using Cloud Interconnect or explore multi-cloud options with Anthos. You’ll have access to our standard set of products, including Compute Engine, Google Kubernetes Engine, Cloud Storage, Persistent Disk, CloudSQL, and Cloud Identity. 

We are excited to welcome you to our new cloud region in Dallas, and eagerly await to see what you build with our platform. Stay tuned for more region announcements and launches. For more information contact sales and get started with Google Cloud today.

Related Article

The new Google Cloud region in Columbus, Ohio is open

Google Cloud’s Columbus, Ohio region is now open, bringing a second region to the midwest, for a total of 33 regions across the globe.

Read Article

Cloud BlogRead More



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Recent Comments