DigitalOcean Datacenter Locations

Host your business under your choice of locations with DigitalOcean Platform

DigitalOceanUSANew York
DigitalOceanUSASan Francisco

DigitalOcean Platform Built for Business

DigitalOcean, Inc. is an American cloud service provider headquartered in New York City with data center locations worldwide. DigitalOcean provides cloud services that help to deploy and scale applications that run simultaneously on multiple computers. As of January 2018, DigitalOcean was the third-largest cloud hosting company in the world in terms of web-facing computers.
In December 2013, DigitalOcean opened its first European data center located in Amsterdam. Later, the company continued its expansion, opening new locations in Singapore and London. The year 2015 saw DigitalOcean cloud hosting expanding further with a data center in Toronto, Canada and in 2016 to Bangalore, India. At present, the company has numerous data center locations in various parts of the globe.

DigitalOcean Dropets & Block Storage

The most basic Droplet – a burstable portion of vCPU – along with a configurable amount of memory. DESIGNED FOR. Simple or bursty applications such as low traffic web servers, blogs, discussion forums, CMS, small databases, dev/test servers, microservices, and repository hosting.

Block storage volumes are network-based block devices that provide additional data storage for Droplets. You can move them between Droplets and resize them at any time. Like Droplets, volumes are backed by SSDs.
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Business Starter

For startups to run single website with 5 email accounts.

Business Basic

For business with more websites and email accounts.

Business Standard

For business entities, small eCommerce & more web sites.

Business Plus

For business entities to run medium and above websites.

Business Premium

For entities looking for premium support without any limit.

Business Enterprise

For entities running with data to store under cloud.