Multi-geo capabilities are coming to Office 365, which means that Office 365 will support the use of both:
- A single tenancy (also known as a subscription) that is tied to one Microsoft datacenter.
- To adhere to regional data residency requirements, the storage of user data in regional Microsoft datacenters.
OneDrive for Business and Exchange Online support for multi-geo are currently in private previews. For the Multi-Geo Preview for OneDrive in Office 365, there is a new one-page poster (https://aka.ms/o365multigeoposter) that describes benefits, the steps for deployment, and an example configuration.
You can download the poster in the following formats:
If you have any feedback on this poster, leave a comment below or send a quick email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the coming multi-geo support in Office 365, see these videos:
- Introducing Multi-Geo capabilities in Office 365 and how to configure them
- Understanding Multi-Geo Capabilities in Office 365
- Multi-Geo Capabilities in OneDrive and SharePoint Online
- Exchange Online Multi-Geo Capabilities
For more information about the private previews, see https://aka.ms/OneDriveMultiGeo.
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