Amazon Web Services opens London data centers

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has opened a London Region, fulfilling its promise to open data centers in the UK, and joining Microsoft Azure which opened UK data centers in September 2016.

This is the third AWS European region, joining Ireland and Germany, and a fourth region, in France, has also been announced.

A region is not a single data center, but is comprised of at least two “Availability Zones”, each of which is a separate data center.

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