Where Is My Data Stored?

Where Is My Data Stored?

Overview

Matters.Cloud allows you to select from one of 6 data regions in order to comply with relevant data laws. Users are prompted to select a data region when first creating an account, with the user interface defaulting to the closest data region by default.

Data Regions

The following are the data regions available at present:
  1. Asia (Mumbai, India)
  2. Europe-DE (Frankfurt, Germany)
  3. Europe-UK (London, United Kingdom)
  4. North America (Iowa, United States)
  5. Pacific (Sydney, Australia)
  6. South America (São Paulo, Brazil)



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