Tópico: MS lança Azure em São Paulo
17-04-2014, 19:02 #1
MS lança Azure em São Paulo
Announcing Azure Brazil South region public preview
Today we are announcing the Azure Brazil South region, located in Sao Paulo state, is broadly available for public preview. The transition to public preview is the final step in the region’s progression to general availability, providing local customers with better performance through reduced latency and the ability to keep their data in country if they opt for Locally Redundant Storage.
The Azure website has been updated to provide detailed information on service availability and pricing for the new region. Azure Virtual Machines, Cloud Services, Storage, SQL Database, Web Sites, and Data Transfers hosted from Brazil South will be offered at a discount during the preview period.
For more information on the Brazil South public preview, please read the Azure blog.
Your Azure Team
17-04-2014, 19:05 #2
During the preview period, Virtual Machines hosted out of the Brazil South (Preview) region will be charged at US East region rates.
All services hosted out of the Brazil South (Preview) region are currently in preview and are subject to the Preview Supplemental Terms. Technical support for generally available services hosted out of the Brazil South (Preview) region is available through Azure Support plans. Billing and subscription management support is provided at no cost. Preview services do not include a SLA.
Prices shown below indicate our expected pricing at general availability.
Última edição por 5ms; 17-04-2014 às 19:13.
17-04-2014, 19:12 #3
Microsoft Azure Brazil Region Now In Public Preview17 Apr 2014 11:30 AM
The Microsoft Azure Brazil South region, located in Sao Paulo state, is now available in public preview and will transition to general availability in the coming weeks. We’re pleased to provide a significant number of services in this region and network availability that is on par with the industry in the local market. We look forward to offering additional services and increasing network redundancy at general availability consistent with our regions around the world.
With today’s public preview, customers in the region will experience better performance through reduced latency, and have the option to maintain three copies of their data in country through Locally Redundant Storage (LRS). However, if customers prefer Geo Redundant Storage (GRS), which is the default option, their data will be replicated to our US South Central region for increased durability.
Coming on the heels of the Azure Japan Geo launch in February and last month’s launch of Azure in China, operated by 21Vianet, the Brazil South public preview demonstrates our commitment to enable a mobile-first, cloud-first world.
18-04-2014, 01:23 #4
- Data de Ingresso
- Nov 2010
Data center Ascenty?
18-04-2014, 12:12 #5
Ontem eu tentei criar uma VM e a configuração minima não está disponivel em SP.
"The required VM size or combination of VM sizes is not currently available in the selected region."
Especulando, o lançamento em São Paulo do Azure nessa época parece atender os clientes que irão usar a infraestrutura da Microsoft na Copa. O impacto local virá depois.
18-04-2014, 12:15 #6
- Data de Ingresso
- Nov 2010
18-04-2014, 12:26 #7
Por enquanto, a storage disponivel em SP é somente a chamada "local" o que é compativel com preview (no Japão ocorreu o mesmo), porque a opção default é replicar em data center com localização geográfica distante, usualmente em outro país -- exceto nos EUA e JP. Por essa razão, eu imagino que mesmo que o Azure venha a ocupar espaço no novo data center da Ascenty, ainda assim o serviço será disponibilizado em outro data center no Brasil ou América do Sul.
Azure users can leverage a global network of datacenters to maintain availability in a cost-effective manner. Two data replication options can be enabled during initial sign-up.
With Locally Redundant Storage (LRS), data is stored locally within the users' primary region. With Geo Redundant Storage (GRS), data is stored in a secondary region 250+ miles from the primary region but within the same geography.
New Windows Azure Japan Geo, including Japan East and Japan West regions, is now generally available.
Today we are announcing the general availability of two new Windows Azure regions: Japan East in the Tokyo metropolitan area (Saitama Prefecture) and Japan West (Osaka Prefecture). These regions were brought online to meet growing demand for Windows Azure services and help our customers satisfy performance needs.
The new regions provide Japanese customers the ability to meet data residency goals and improve data durability in case of major disaster by deploying to two geographically isolated regions. The Japan East region geo-replicates to Japan West and the Japan West region geo-replicates to Japan East, ensuring copies of data are stored at least 250 miles apart.
The Windows Azure website has been updated to provide detailed information on service availability and pricing for the new regions. While prices for Windows Azure services are generally the same across regions, prices for Virtual Machines, Cloud Services, SQL Database and Web Sites are specific to the Japan East and Japan West regions to better reflect market conditions. Please note SQL Database and Web Sites are available at promotional prices through May 31, 2014.
The new Japan Geo represents our continued commitment to better serve customers through geographic expansion, including our previously announced plans for expansion in Brazil, Australia, and China through our partner 21Vianet.
For more information on Japan Geo general availability, please read the Official Microsoft Blog.
Windows Azure Team
Última edição por 5ms; 18-04-2014 às 12:36.
18-04-2014, 12:48 #8
- Data de Ingresso
- Nov 2010
Tudo é possível.
18-04-2014, 12:53 #9
18-04-2014, 13:16 #10
Estava relendo o anúncio do serviço (post #1)
Consequently the Brazil South region ...
... and Data Transfers hosted from Brazil South ...
For more information on the Brazil South ...
... the ability to keep their data in country if they opt for Locally Redundant Storage