Amazon Web Services will launch its cloud infrastructure in the Czech Republic. It will not be a separate data center, but the so-called local area, ie AWS Local Regions. The Czech Republic is part of a plan to open thirty new sites of this type. The start will start sometime next year.
AWS Builds Local areas where there is a large and growing demand for its services. According to Lupa, the Czech Republic is one of the most interesting markets in the region for AWS, which it considers advanced. The latter corresponds to this Create a local branch and gradually hiring people.
“Local Zones allow you to provide specific AWS services, such as a computer or storage, and use them near users with very low responsiveness,” Amazon Local Zones summarizes. Questions and answers Here.
Amazon Web Services is gradually expanding our infrastructure. In 2017, the so-called Edge Zone, a CDN point within Amazon CloudFront, was launched. There is also a Direct Connect site in Prague, through which those interested can connect directly to AWS. AWS is also joining NIX.CZ (Selective Policy) and Supports Czech domains.
Other than that, AWS does not have a data center in the Czech Republic and local customers mostly use the geographically close Frankfurt area. AWS has six locations in Europe, Ireland, London, Stockholm, Paris, Milan and Frankfurt, Spain and Switzerland under construction.
AWS has 25 regions, 81 Availability Zones, 108 Direct Connection sites, more than 310 touch points and 14 Local Areas.
AWS also offers Outposts and Dedicated Servers with AWS Services:
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