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Philippines and Brunei join Asia’s AWS Outposts club

Andy Jassy (AWS)

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Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) Outposts offering can now be shipped and installed at customer data centres and on-premises locations in the Philippines and Brunei. 

AWS Outposts is a fully managed service that extends AWS infrastructure, AWS services, application programming interfaces (APIs) and tools to private enterprise or third-party data centres and colocation spaces.  

With a focus on delivering hybrid cloud options to customers, Outposts is designed for applications that need to run on-premises to meet low latency requirements. It can also be used to process and manage data locally, helping organisations to meet their individual data residency requirements.  

Outposts has already come to several other Asian markets.  

In January last year, Outposts was launched in Singapore with the fully managed service available through select channel partners, including Blazeclan Technologies, Sourced Group and Versent, in addition to global system integrators (GSIs) such as Accenture, Cognizant, Deloitte, DXC and NTT. 

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