Amazon announced today that it is rolling out its Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) service to its data centers around the world and giving enterprise customers dedicated private links into the cloud infrastructure. The new service gives enterprise customers more flexibility, security and control over the data stored in the cloud.
Adam Selipsky, vice president of Amazon Web Services, said “These capabilities provide even more privacy, and along with AWS’s existing cloud services allow enterprises to choose the environment that is best suited to each of their workloads.”
AWS is extending the Virtual Private Cloud service to run across in its data centers in Dublin, Ireland which will be serving Europe and Singapore and Tokyo will be serving the Asia/Pacific. The two data centers Amazon operates in Oregon and Virginia serve the east and west coasts of North America.