Roy Kim on Azure and Microsoft 365
When planning and designing a cloud solution, the location of the service and its data is of great consideration in terms of data sovereignty
In my experiences when discussing cloud design, I may bring up an Azure service for consideration that is beyond the standard VM, storage account, app service but something complements or supplements the solution like azure app insights, power bi premium/embedded, backups, CDN, logging or an azure ad tenant. Now, can we simply assume they will be available in the desired region? No necessarily. To check we can go to an online tool Products available by region
An example looks as follows:
One thing to point out and be aware are services that are located in Non-regional.
Non-regional is defined as “where there is no dependency on a specific Azure region”
Some examples are CDN, Azure AD, Azure MFA, Traffic manager, Power BI Embedded…
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