Google Cloud infrastructure
Trusted global presence
Google Cloud’s locations underpin all of the important work we do for our customers. From redundant cloud regions to high-bandwidth connectivity via subsea cables, every aspect of our infrastructure is designed to deliver your services to your users, no matter where they are around the world.
Secure, efficient data centers
Google Cloud’s global network of data centers—among the world’s most secure and energy-efficient facilities—run your services 24x7 with the highest possible speed and reliability. Our data centers employ layered security and built-in redundancy and fault tolerance, and strictly limit employee access.
Fast, reliable global network
With a highly provisioned, low-latency network—the same network that powers products like Gmail, Google Search, and YouTube—your traffic stays on Google’s private backbone for most of its journey, ensuring exceptional user experience and high performance.
"PayPal processes billions of transactions across the globe. With Google Cloud, we have access to the world’s largest network, which helps us reach our infrastructure goals and best serve millions of users."
Sri Shivananda, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, PayPalWatch video
Designed for high availability
Our data centers and network architecture are designed for maximum reliability and uptime. Your workloads are securely distributed across multiple regions, availability zones, points of presence, and network cables to provide strong built-in redundancy and application availability.
Sustainability built in
Google matches 100% of the energy consumed by our global operations with purchases of renewable energy, so every Google Cloud product you use has zero net carbon emissions. And our hyper-efficient data centers use 50% less energy than most systems. Learn more about our commitment to sustainability.