WARSAW, Poland — Fifteen years after opening its first office in Poland, Google launched its Cloud services in Warsaw. On Wednesday. Warsaw became just the seventh European region to offer such services.
“With our announcement of a strategic partnership with Poland’s Domestic Cloud Provider in September 2019, we further committed to bring the power of Google Cloud to support the rapid growth, entrepreneurial spirit and passion for innovation of Polish businesses,” Google said in a statement.
Designed to help Polish and CEE companies build highly available applications for their customers.
“This i s a great day for cloud in Poland, because now this technology is closer to Polish companies, big and small, and is also closer to us, regular customers. Having this infrastructure here means we’ll get all of that faster and in a better way,” Adam Malczak, spokesman for Google Polska, told Radio Poland’s Danuta Isler.
Warsaw joins the existing 24 Google Cloud regions connected via Google’s high-performance network, helping customers better serve their users and customers throughout the globe.
With this new region, Google Cloud customers operating in Poland and the wider CEE will benefit from low latency and high performance of their cloud-based workloads and data. Designed for high availability, the region opens with three availability zones to protect against service disruptions, and offers a portfolio of key products, including Compute Engine, App Engine, Google Kubernetes Engine, Cloud Bigtable, Cloud Spanner, and BigQuery.