Google’s first India Cloud Platform region in Mumbai goes live today

|November 1, 2017 0

MUMBAI, INDIA: Google today announced the opening of its first Google Cloud Platform region in Mumbai. The new Mumbai region joins Singapore, Taiwan, Sydney and Tokyo in Asia Pacific making it easier for customers to build highly available, performant applications using resources across those geographies.

Dave Stiver, Product Manager, Google Cloud Platform, said, “The new region will help customers build applications and store their data, and significantly improve latency for customers and end users in the area. Hosting applications in the new region can improve latency from 20-90% for end users in Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, and of course Mumbai, compared to hosting them in the other closest region, Singapore.”

With the India region going live today, enterprises will be able to take advantage of the high speeds, low latency and performance benefits offered by Google Cloud Platform services. Google Cloud Platform enables developers to build, test, and deploy applications on Google’s infrastructure.


The India region will offer several services including Compute, Big Data, Storage and Networking. Further, Indian customers will now be able to buy these services directly in Indian rupees.

The launch of the Cloud region also opens up newer opportunities for several new partners who will benefit from building their services on Google Cloud.

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