Database regions

When creating a database, select a region for your database. Choose a region that is geographically close to your users to optimize performance.

If you are adding multiple regions to your database, you can use each region only once. You cannot add the same region to the same database more than one time.

Classic database regions

AWS

Region Location Pricing

ap-south-1

Mumbai

Standard

ap-southeast-1

Singapore

Standard

ap-southeast-2

Sydney

Standard

ap-northeast-1

Tokyo

Standard

ca-central-1

Montréal

Standard

eu-central-1

Frankfurt

Standard

eu-west-1

Ireland

Standard

eu-west-2

London

Standard

us-east-1

Virginia

Standard

us-east-2

Ohio

Standard

us-west2

Oregon

Standard

Google Cloud

Region Location Pricing

asia-east1

Changhua County, Taiwan

Standard

asia-east2

Hong Kong

Premium

australia-southeast1

Sydney, Australia

Premium

europe-north1

Hamina, Finland

Standard

europe-west1

St. Ghislain, Belgium

Standard

europe-west4

Eemshaven, Netherlands

Standard

northamerica-northeast1

Montréal, Québec

Standard

us-central1

Council Bluffs, Iowa

Standard

us-east1

Moncks Corner, South Carolina

Standard

us-east4

Ashburn, Virginia

Standard

us-west1

The Dalles, Oregon

Standard

Azure

Region Location Pricing

australiaeast

New South Wales

Standard

australiasoutheast

Victoria

Standard

centralcanada

Toronto

Standard

eastus

Virginia

Standard

northeurope

Ireland

Standard

westeurope

Netherlands

Standard

westus2

Washington

Standard

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