We’re working quickly to expand the global availability of our new NVMe-based Block Storage since making its debut in the Atlanta, GA data center. You now can attach high-performance NVMe Block Storage volumes in these data centers.
|Global Data Center||NVMe Block Storage Availability|
|Atlanta, GA (US)|
|Newark, NJ (US)|
|Toronto, ON (CA)|
|Frankfurt, DE (Europe)|
|Tokyo, JP (Asia Pacific)|
|Sydney, AU (Asia Pacific)||Q1 2022|
|London, UK (Europe)||Q1 2022|
|Mumbai, IN (Asia Pacific)||Q1 2022|
|Singapore, SG (Asia Pacific)||Q1 2022|
|Fremont, CA (US)||Q1 2022|
|Dallas, TX (US)||Q1 2022|
Note: all proposed dates are subject to change.
Sign Up for Notifications
If you want to know when NVMe Block Storage is coming to your data center, sign up for notifications here.
Getting Started with NVMe Block Storage
- Log in to Cloud Manager and navigate to “Volumes”
- Select “Create a Volume” and complete the required fields in the new window
- Make sure you’ve selected a region where NVMe Block Storage is available
- Select “Create Volume”
Please note customers with existing volumes will be contacted by support when you are eligible to upgrade to NVMe Block Storage. You can find a guide about how to complete the upgrade here. If you have questions, please contact the Support team.