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Il centro dati Linode di Toronto è ora disponibile

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Siamo entusiasti di annunciare l'apertura del nostro nuovo centro dati a Toronto, in Canada. Linode Toronto è il nostro decimo centro dati globale e consentirà ai nostri clienti canadesi di distribuire carichi di lavoro cloud sul territorio canadese.

Circa un terzo della comunità di sviluppatori canadesi vive a Toronto, il che la rende una scelta naturale per il nostro nuovo centro dati e per le decine di migliaia di clienti canadesi che si affidano a noi. Toronto include la disponibilità di tutte le funzionalità e i servizi Linode simili a quelli degli altri data center, a prezzi standard Linode. Inoltre, è stato costruito utilizzando i nostri server più recenti ed è collegato alla nostra rete globale.

Linode Toronto soddisfa anche i requisiti di conformità dei dati all'interno del Paese della legge canadese sulla protezione delle informazioni personali e dei documenti elettronici ("PIPEDA") e della legislazione antispam ("CASL"). Per ulteriori informazioni, consultare la documentazione sulla conformità, sui termini di servizio e sulla privacy.

I clienti con Linodes in altri data center che desiderano trasferirsi a Toronto possono clonarli nella nuova struttura. Il metodo di clonazione è consigliato, in quanto sarà possibile configurare i servizi su un nuovo indirizzo IP prima di modificare i record DNS. In alternativa, potete aprire un ticket di assistenza e noi potremo configurare una migrazione per voi. Per i nuovi Linodes, è sufficiente scegliere "Toronto" come sede al momento della creazione dell'istanza cloud.

E nel caso in cui vi sia sfuggito, abbiamo recentemente annunciato i piani di Dedicated CPU per i carichi di lavoro ad alta intensità di CPU come CI/CD, codifica video, apprendimento automatico, server di gioco e server di applicazioni impegnativi. Tenete d'occhio i prossimi annunci sui nostri data center in India e a Sydney, Object Storage, Linode Kubernetes, One-Click Apps e altro ancora.


Commenti (25)

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    First off: Congratulations to you on finally stepping foot on Canadian soils!

    Question for the staff: Following this announcement, will Linode start to charge Canadian sales tax to Canadians?

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      Thanks, and great question. Right now we don’t have plans to charge Canadian GST. If that changes, we’ll be sure to announce it.

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    Is there any difference in AUP between USA based Linodes and those in Canada?

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      Hi William: There’s no difference since our AUP is the same across all Linodes, regardless of location.

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    Sydney FTW

    Can’t wait!

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    Are there any plans for other Canadian locations? Toronto isn’t especially well connected from western Canada, although slightly better than what I’ve got right now. I’m debating whether it makes sense to move anything or wait longer?

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      Hey Dave, thanks for your suggestion. There is nothing planned at the moment, though we’ve added your request for another location to our internal tracker.

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    About time !!
    Thanks

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    Thanks Linode 🙂 Many of our Canadian clients require their hosting to be physically located in Canada. We will definitely try moving servers to Linode in Toronto.

    I suggest a second data center in Canada, but in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Toronto is great 🙂 But for people located on or around the west coast of Canada, there is to much latency (too slow) with data centers located in Toronto 🙁 Because it is 2,500+ miles/4,000+ km away.

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    The pleasure is ours! I’ve added your suggestion for a data center in Vancouver to our internal idea tracker. If you need a hand with moving any of your current Linodes to Toronto, open up a ticket and we’ll be happy to help.

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    Congratulations for the new opening. It would be nice if one day you make a virtual visit through your data centers. it would be very interesting

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    Emmanuel Botnation

    Great! I hope the next one will be in France, Linode has a big community in Paris. We hope that the stickers and t-shirts will, one day, come to us 😉

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    great, welcome to canada

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    hope to have the Linode Cloud of hk,I leave linode long time when the JP1 can’t get it

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    My website physically located at Linode server in California , and users have access to the website through Cloudflare. If I move website to Toronto, will it improve/impair latency for users in Vancouver and Toronto areas?

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    Just moved from NJ to Toronto. Cloning worked flawlessly. You guys rock!

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    O Canada! Glad to see Linode coming closer to home. Another +1 for a Vancouver data centre, but one thing at a time.

    Checking relative speed from here in Vancouver using Linode’s speedtest servers/files

    Shaw 600Mb/s Cable Home connection
    Fremont: Ping 33.7ms, 56MB/s
    Toronto: Ping 60.4ms, 34MB/s

    Telus 1000Mb/s Fibre Work connection:
    Fremont: Ping 27.9ms, 69MB/s
    Toronto: Ping 66.3ms, 25MB/s

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    Sydney! 🙂 And I thought that would never happen. Though I suppose it hasn’t, yet…

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    Can’t wait!!

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    Definitely moving to Toronto.

    Echo the comments above. Toronto is great, Vancouver is better.

    Join Amazon, Apple, Microsoft and others in Vancouver!

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    Does Linode consider data in the new Toronto data center to be subject to the US Patriot Act?

    Besides having their data hosted in Canada, that’s what my Canadian customers care most about.

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    Good question @Scott Stockton…

    Linode staff, what are the chances that Toronto location gets AMD CPUs anytime soon? Also, there are some posts on your forum about Linode being a US company – and therefore US laws applying to its non-US servers. What is Linode’s stance on this?
    Thanks.

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    Linode, you should add this to the rest of your webpages… Pretty obvious. I had to google “Linode Toronto” to see it actually existed. Also your speedtest page.

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