Datadog Launches New Data Center in Japan

With the opening of the data center, Datadog customers and partners can store their data in Japan and meet local data residency requirements and preferences

Datadog, Inc., the monitoring and security platform for cloud applications, announced the launch of its new data center. Located in Tokyo, Japan, the data center is Datadog’s first in Asia and adds to existing locations in the United States, Europe and AWS GovCloud.

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The new data center in Japan will store and process data locally and help Datadog and its customers comply with local data privacy and security regulations. All existing Datadog products will be available with the new data center.

“Our customers in Japan are undergoing rapid digital transformation and we are committed to providing them the same service we provide in other regions, while also complying with local regulations. Our new data center in Tokyo will provide our customers fast, low latency observability and security for their hybrid-cloud environments, while keeping their data in Japan,” said Amit Agarwal, President at Datadog.

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