After Mumbai, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announces its second infrastructure region in India, Hyderabad. The AWS infrastructure in Hyderabad is assumed to support more than 48,000 full-time jobs annually.
With the Hyderabad infrastructure region, developers, startups, entrepreneurs, enterprises, government, education, and non-profit organizations will have more choices for running their applications and serving users from data centers in India. Customers can access advanced AWS technologies like data analytics, security, machine learning, and artificial intelligence through the Hyderabad region.
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Prasad Kalyanaraman, the vice president of AWS infrastructure services at AWS, stated that the launch of the AWS Hyderabad region supports Indian digital transformation and is a part of the long-term in the country. Customers and partners in India will have an additional regional infrastructure to deploy applications with resilience, availability, and lower latency. AWS is glad to be a part of the future of the Indian technology community and is committed to helping organizations across industries to increase agility and drive innovation.
Besides Hyderabad, AWS has also planned to launch five more AWS regions in Australia, Israel, Canada, Thailand, and New Zealand. AWS regions comprise availability zones, which place infrastructure in separate and distinct geographic locations.