This topic provides information about data residency and Assured Workloads for Government. Data residency describes where your data is stored at rest. To help comply with data residency requirements, Google Cloud gives you the ability to control where that data is stored.
Assured Workloads and data residency
During Assured Workloads setup, when you select Google platform security controls, you also select the region in which to contain any resources deployed under the Assured Workloads environment. To learn how to set up a new Assured Workloads environment, see Creating a new workload.
- For more information about Google Cloud's data location commitments, please read the Google Cloud Service Specific Terms.
- To learn more about data residency in Google Cloud, see the following Identity & Security blog post: Understanding your options for data residency, operational transparency, and privacy controls on Google Cloud.
- To learn more about how Google Cloud protects customer data throughout its lifecycle, as well as how Google Cloud provides customers with transparency and control over their data, see the following whitepaper: Trusting your data with Google Cloud.