Data center id: #407

Warsaw Skyline

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Warsaw, Poland is an ideal data center location due to its favorable geographic location and robust infrastructure. It is in the heart of Europe, making it ideal for companies that require a central data storage location in Europe, as well as those that need to serve customers in different countries. It is also well-connected with other European countries, so businesses can take advantage of the country's low-cost internet connections. Additionally, the infrastructure in Warsaw is reliable and secure, providing businesses with a safe and stable environment for their cloud servers. Finally, it has a well-developed IT industry, making it easy to find experienced and qualified staff to manage and maintain your cloud servers. Finally, the city is known for its reliable electricity supply, with power outages being extremely rare.

[ Updated at: 2023-04-05 17:17:16 ]

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Data center compliance & certification

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Private Network (VPC)
DDoS protection (100gbit/s)
Block storage volumes (NVMe)
S3 compatible object storage
Additional IP addresses
IPv6 support (/64 block)
Automatic backups
Server instances (VPS/VDS)
Custom ISO supported
SMTP allowed (port 25 open)

Test connectivity

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