Data residency

This topic provides information about data residency and Assured Workloads. 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

Organizations with data residency requirements can set up a Resource Locations policy that constrains the location of new in-scope resources for their whole organization or for individual projects.

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 Getting started with Assured Workloads.

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