GoodData has opened a new European data center in Frankfurt, Germany in order to maximize global data security. Because of Germany’s unmatched reputation for stringent data security standards, the company identified Frankfurt as an ideal location.
To maximize global data security
GoodData serves global, industry-leading customers with complex data security needs such as VISA and Zalando. With this new data center, GoodData aims to expand its international presence and ensure continued alignment with regulatory best practices.
Roman Stanek, CEO and Founder of GoodData, said,
“Germany is number one in the world when it comes to data protection standards; that’s why it was such a natural choice for us. We’re a security-first company and trust is paramount. We’re committed to proactively minimizing risk and getting ahead of regulatory best practices so world-class customers like VISA can focus on what matters: their business.”
The new data center will be active in early Q2, joins GoodData’s existing locations in the US, Canada, and the UK. This major data center enables GoodData to serve new European markets, to increase security for existing customers.