São Paulo

Data center id: #121

São Paulo Skyline

São Paulo, Brazil is an ideal data center location due to its reliable and consistent power supply, high levels of connectivity, and low latency. The city is the business hub of South America and is home to the country’s largest network of fiber-optic cables, making it an ideal location for hosting cloud servers. Additionally, the city is well-positioned to provide easy access to the rest of the continent, with numerous direct flights to other countries in South America. The city is also home to a large number of data centers and a competitive market for hosting services, making it an attractive option for businesses looking for a reliable, cost-effective cloud server.

[ Updated at: 2023-04-05 19:17:16 Source: AI generated text based on information provided by the city as well as the data center operators ]

Data center compliance & certification

  • SOC 2 Type II: SOC 2 Type II is an internationally recognized certification indicating that a service organization has been through an in-depth audit of their security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy controls. It is a report on the service organization's system and the suitability of the design and operating effectiveness of their controls. The report is issued by an independent third-party auditor and includes a description of the service organization's system, the criteria against which the service organization was assessed, and the results of the audit.

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Disclaimer: Compliance and certification are provided by the data center operators themselves. While we trust our providers, we cannot guarantee that provided compliance and certification are fully accurate.

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

IP addresses listed below can be used to test data center latency in order to find the fastest location before purchase. All addresses are connected to a regular standard-1 instance and responds to ping.

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