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FusionCloud 6.3.0 Solution Description 05

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Regions and AZs

Regions and AZs

A region is a geographic area where resources used by your RDS are located.

Each region comprises one or more AZs and is completely isolated from other regions. AZs in the same region can communicate with one another through an internal network, while those in different regions cannot communicate with one another through an internal network.

RDS can be used in different regions. Provisioning RDS to specific regions can better meet user requirements. For example, applications can be designed to better meet specific user requirements or comply with local laws and other demands.

Each region contains many AZs where power and networks are physically isolated. AZs in the same region can communicate with each other over intranet. Each AZ provides cost-effective and low-latency network connections that are unaffected by faults that may occur in other AZs. Therefore, provisioning RDS in separate AZs protects your applications against local faults that occur in a specific location.

Updated: 2019-04-23

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