Alibaba launches second data center in Indonesia as demand surges

Alibaba Launches Second Data Center In Indonesia As Demand SurgesChina’s e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, through its cloud computing arm Alibaba Cloud, on January 9 launched its second data center in Indonesia to cope with what it says was an “enormously growing demand” in Southeast Asia’s largest economy.

Alibaba Cloud said it has doubled capacity of its second data center in Indonesia and expanded its capability in order to be able to offer stronger and quicker data recovery systems for its clients. That way, Alibaba Cloud customers would be able to carry out mission-critical workloads from different zones as well as replacing their data in a matter of seconds.

With the opening of Alibaba Cloud’s second data center in Indonesia, the company is now operating 55 such centers located in 19 counties and regions across the world.

Indonesia’s communications and information technology minister Rudiantara at the opening said that the new data center in Indonesia “fits the government’s future vision of a digital economy.”

“Our target is to spur creations of new startups, accelerating the growth of at least 1,000 startups, supporting at least eight million working in less-advanced agriculture and fishery processing, SMEs sectors to go global,” Rudiantara said.

Alibaba Cloud’s second data center in Indonesia was opened within ten months after the first one was launched in March last year.

Alibaba Cloud now has a strong presence across Asia Pacific – aside from Indonesia, it runs data centers in Singapore, Malaysia, Australia (Sydney), India (Mumbai) and Japan (Tokyo), a good set-up for the increasing competition with Google Cloud and Amazon Web Services.

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China's e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, through its cloud computing arm Alibaba Cloud, on January 9 launched its second data center in Indonesia to cope with what it says was an “enormously growing demand” in Southeast Asia's largest economy. Alibaba Cloud said it has doubled capacity of its second data center in Indonesia and expanded its capability in order to be able to offer stronger and quicker data recovery systems for its clients. That way, Alibaba Cloud customers would be able to carry out mission-critical workloads from different zones as well as replacing their data in a matter of seconds. With...

Alibaba Launches Second Data Center In Indonesia As Demand SurgesChina’s e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, through its cloud computing arm Alibaba Cloud, on January 9 launched its second data center in Indonesia to cope with what it says was an “enormously growing demand” in Southeast Asia’s largest economy.

Alibaba Cloud said it has doubled capacity of its second data center in Indonesia and expanded its capability in order to be able to offer stronger and quicker data recovery systems for its clients. That way, Alibaba Cloud customers would be able to carry out mission-critical workloads from different zones as well as replacing their data in a matter of seconds.

With the opening of Alibaba Cloud’s second data center in Indonesia, the company is now operating 55 such centers located in 19 counties and regions across the world.

Indonesia’s communications and information technology minister Rudiantara at the opening said that the new data center in Indonesia “fits the government’s future vision of a digital economy.”

“Our target is to spur creations of new startups, accelerating the growth of at least 1,000 startups, supporting at least eight million working in less-advanced agriculture and fishery processing, SMEs sectors to go global,” Rudiantara said.

Alibaba Cloud’s second data center in Indonesia was opened within ten months after the first one was launched in March last year.

Alibaba Cloud now has a strong presence across Asia Pacific – aside from Indonesia, it runs data centers in Singapore, Malaysia, Australia (Sydney), India (Mumbai) and Japan (Tokyo), a good set-up for the increasing competition with Google Cloud and Amazon Web Services.

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