Supported regions

Supported Azure regions

When using Azure, you can create clusters in the following regions:

Single node and high availability clusters

  • Asia Pacific, Japan (APJ)
    • Australia East (New South Wales)
    • Central India (Pune)
    • Japan East (Tokyo, Saitama)
    • South East Asia (Singapore)
  • Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA)
    • France Central (Paris)
    • North Europe (Ireland)
    • Norway East (Oslo)
    • UK South (London)
    • West Europe (Netherlands)
  • North America (NA):
    • Canada Central (Toronto)
    • Central US (Iowa)
    • East US (Virginia)
    • East US 2 (Virigina)
    • South Central US (Texas)
    • West US 2 (Washington)
    • West US 3 (Arizona)
  • South America (SA):
    • Brazil South (Sao Paulo)

Extreme high availability clusters (beta)

  • Asia Pacific, Japan (APJ)
    • Australia East (New South Wales)
    • Central India (Pune)
    • Japan East (Tokyo, Saitama)
    • South East Asia (Singapore)
  • Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA)
    • North Europe (Ireland)
    • UK South (London)
  • North America (NA):
    • Canada Central (Toronto)
    • Central US (Iowa)
    • East US (Virginia)
    • East US 2 (Virigina)
    • West US 2 (Washington)
    • West US 3 (Arizona)

Supported AWS regions

When using AWS, you can create clusters in the following regions:

Single node, high availability, and extreme high availability (beta) clusters

  • Asia Pacific (AP)
    • Asia Pacific Northeast 1 (Tokyo)
    • Asia Pacific Northeast 2 (Seoul)
    • Asia Pacific South 1 (Mumbai)
    • Asia Pacific Southeast 1 (Singapore)
  • Europe (EU)
    • Europe 1 (Ireland)
    • Europe 2 (London)
  • United States (US):
    • US East 1 (N. Virginia)
    • US East 2 (Ohio)
    • US West 2 (Oregon)