Our team has decided to look for a new way to store and develop our documentation, and Confluence seems really promising so far. Now to the matter at hand, I've looked for help about where the Confluence data will be stored, and I can't seem to find where the data center behind our site is residing.
We have pressure to keep all of our information about our customers within the EU, and so far I've only seen that "It'll choose a data center close to you", but is there a way to confirm this? Or is there a way to manually decide where to store our data?
We''ll probably move to a standard cloud plan, as soon as this question has been sorted out, does that give us more options?
See https://www.atlassian.com/trust/reliability/infrastructure - it's based on where the majority of your users are active. (Remember that you can ignore the outdated stuff on Privacy Shield on that page, as it's now irrelevant). You can request to keep your location inside the EU I believe, as a support request/
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