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GraphGrid Global Deployments

GraphGrid Cloud Services span 50 Availability Zones within 16 geographic Regions around the world

GraphGrid Regions and Availability Zones

The GraphGrid Cloud infrastructure is built around Regions and Availability Zones (AZs). GraphGrid Regions provide multiple, physically separated and isolated Availability Zones which are connected with low latency, high throughput, and highly redundant networking. These Availability Zones offer GraphGrid customers an easier and more effective way to design and operate applications and databases, making them more highly available, fault tolerant, and scalable than traditional single datacenter infrastructures or multi-datacenter infrastructures. The GraphGrid Cloud spans 50 Availability Zones within 16 geographic Regions.

Global Infrastructure

Region & Number of Availability Zones

US East
N. Virginia (5),
Ohio (3)

US West
N. California (3),
Oregon (3)

Asia Pacific
Mumbai (2),
Seoul (2),
Singapore (3),
Sydney (3),
Tokyo (4)

Canada
Central (2)

Europe
Frankfurt (3),
Ireland (3),
London (3),
Paris (3)

South America
São Paulo (3)

GovCloud
US-West (3)

New Regions (Coming Soon)

Europe
Sweden

GovCloud
US-East

 

High Availability Through Multiple Availability Zones

Each GraphGrid Region has multiple Availability Zones and data centers. As we’ve learned from running the leading Graph Platform since 2013, customers who care about the availability and performance of their graph want to deploy across multiple Availability Zones in the same region for fault tolerance and low latency. Availability Zones are connected to each other with fast, private fiber-optic networking, enabling you to easily deploy graphs that automatically fail-over between Availability Zones without interruption.

Improving Continuity with Replication Between Regions

In addition to replicating applications and data across multiple data centers in the same Region using Availability Zones, you can also choose to increase redundancy and fault tolerance further by replicating data between geographic Regions. You can do so using both private, high speed networking and public internet connections to provide an additional layer of business continuity, or to provide low latency access across the globe.

Meeting Compliance and Data Residency Requirements

You retain complete control and ownership over the region in which your data is physically located, making it easy to meet regional compliance and data residency requirements.

Geographic Expansion

GraphGrid Cloud has announced plans to expand with 6 new Availability Zones in two new geographic Regions: Sweden and a second AWS GovCloud Region in the US.