Google is preparing to invest more in the new infrastructure because it wants to become a reliable partner to its customers, users, and government organizations
Search engine giant Google has recently made an announcement that it has launched a new cloud region. This marks the company’s 28th launch globally, and it is based in Toronto, Canada. MD of Google Cloud Canada, Jim Lambe, has stated that the company has invested heavily in Canada for more than a decade. The new facility will work hand-in-hand with the Montreal facility to provide best-in-class business continuity planning for its customers with secure and distributed infrastructure.
Furthermore, Jim added that the new region is will be launched with three zones so that all types of businesses can distribute storage and apps equally and prevent service disruptions. Along with the cloud services, the customers can also make use of Google’s core portfolio products like App Engine, Compute Engine, BigTable, Google Kubernetes, BigQuery, and Spanner. Google is preparing to invest more in the new infrastructure because it wants to become a reliable partner to its customers, users, and government organizations. One of the latest upcoming products from Google is Assured Workload, which is currently in preview. The Assured Workload solution is expected to allow users to configure and secure their sensitive data based on specific policy or regulatory needs.