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AWS puts 7.8 billion into expansion European Sovereign Cloud

AWS puts 7.8 billion into expansion European Sovereign Cloud

AWS has big ambitions with AWS European Sovereign Cloud. Until 2040, it is freeing up 7.8 million euros to expand it in Germany. In this way, the hyperscaler hopes to realize a sovereign cloud service for all European customers. AWS expects the financial injection to have a domino effect for add... Read more

date30 days ago
Vultr launches a Sovereign Cloud

Vultr launches a Sovereign Cloud

The new offering should support governments, research institutions and enterprises in data sovereignty. Vultr's new Sovereign Cloud and Private Cloud products offer cloud infrastructure with specific safeguards. For example, customers are guaranteed that critical data, technology, and operations... Read more

date2 months ago
Google Cloud offers sovereign cloud for AI in any data center

Google Cloud offers sovereign cloud for AI in any data center

Google Cloud has announced that it will now bring the AI race to your local data center. Many organizations want to get started with AI, but are constrained to their own data centers through compliance rules and can't use U.S. based hyperscaler infrastructure. With the new offering, they can now al... Read more

date2 months ago
Microsoft Cloud for Sovereignty isn’t all it’s cracked up to be

Microsoft Cloud for Sovereignty isn’t all it’s cracked up to be

Microsoft has made Cloud for Sovereignty generally available. The new service is promising to allow governments to securely place their data in the cloud. Yet Microsoft personnel can access the data in specific scenarios. It's part of the reason that the authenticity of this "sovereign cloud" seems... Read more

date6 months ago
VMware tells its competitors what a true sovereign cloud is

VMware tells its competitors what a true sovereign cloud is

Many major cloud players have been talking about the sovereign cloud in recent years. Microsoft, AWS and Oracle are the most prominent among them. They all promise to keep enterprise and government data shielded from third parties, while allowing customers to free themselves from the constraints of... Read more

date7 months ago
AWS launches standalone sovereign cloud in Europe

AWS launches standalone sovereign cloud in Europe

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is presenting a new sovereign cloud in Europe. This new sovereign cloud will consist of multiple regions operating independently and decoupled from the existing AWS cloud. Also, management, maintenance and support will be done by European citizens employed by AWS and also ... Read more

date8 months ago
Microsoft to deploy ‘data boundary’ for EU users in January

Microsoft to deploy ‘data boundary’ for EU users in January

Microsoft announced that cloud customers will be able to limit the tech giant's data processing and storage to the EU from January 2023. The 'EU data boundary' will be deployed in phases across Microsoft's primary cloud services, including Azure, Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365 and Power BI. Since t... Read more

date1 year ago
AWS commits to data sovereignty with Digital Sovereignty Pledge

AWS commits to data sovereignty with Digital Sovereignty Pledge

AWS unveiled the Digital Sovereignty Pledge. The tech giant vows to invest in data sovereignty in an attempt to comply with local laws and regulations. Data sovereignty is the requirement to process data according to the laws and regulations of the location where the data was collected or gener... Read more

date2 years ago
Oracle Alloy turns partners into cloud providers

Oracle Alloy turns partners into cloud providers

Oracle's latest OCI platform should ensure that the company's cloud can also be delivered to customers by service providers, integrators and ISVs, among others. In a hybrid world, not everyone chooses generic public cloud offerings for all workloads. Fragmentation is the norm. Of course, there a... Read more

date2 years ago