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Here to Serve Australia with a New Cloud Volumes Region in Sydney

Customers are quickly consuming Cloud Volumes Service for Google Cloud file services, following the general availability announcement in November 2019. Since then, we’ve received excellent feedback and numerous requests for expanded support; as a result, Google Cloud and NetApp continue to push the envelope to support more of the applications and regions that customers want.  

We are delighted to announce support for the Google Cloud australia-southeast1 region (Sydney) Now customers can accelerate their Digital Transformation with Google Cloud and NetApp globally.  Watch the video to learn how NetApp Cloud Volumes for Google Cloud can help you accelerate your digital transformation through innovation not administration.  

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Cloud Volumes Service for Google Cloud provides the security, data protection, and flexibility customers want to solve a wide breadth of file storage needs for both Linux and Windows application environments. On top of the new Australian data center support we recently announced support for new service capabilities too. You can read more about these new capabilities in Chris Wong’s recent blog. 

Do you want to catch up on all the latest Cloud Volumes Service for Google Cloud news? Click here, and learn about deploying SAP on Google Cloud by reading this whitepaper. 



And don’t forget to watch the webinar Delivering Stateful High Performing Applications on GKE​. GCP persistent disks provide a basic layer suitable for simple applications, but larger and more complex apps have bigger datasets that raise data management challenges like - How do I protect & secure my apps’ data?  In this webinar, you will learn how to design a persistent storage layer with NetApp Cloud Volumes to simplify application deployment, provide dynamic performance scaling and protect the persistent applications’ data through backup & replication. 

Click here to watch webinar now.

Want to learn more or try the service for yourself? Click here.

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