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Elasticsearch Service is now available on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) London and North Virginia

We are pleased to share the news that the Elasticsearch Service on Elastic Cloud is now available on two new Google Cloud Platform (GCP) regions. The addition of London (europe-west2) and N. Virginia (us-east4) brings our global number of GCP regions to eight. London joins Belgium and Frankfurt as our third GCP region in Europe. Virginia is our third GCP region in North America, alongside Iowa and Oregon.

Existing users can start using the GCP London and N. Virginia regions on our Elasticsearch Service immediately. New users can sign up for a free 14-day trial to try it out. 

New deployments include exclusive access to advanced search and native security, index lifecycle management, snapshot lifecycle management, machine learning, and solutions like search, BI/analytics, SIEM, logging, metrics, APM, and more.

Go deeper with Google and the Elasticsearch Service

We partner with Google to bring our Elasticsearch Service to GCP, complementing our existing support for Elastic Cloud Enterprise and Elastic Cloud on Kubernetes. Elastic will continue to introduce new GCP regions for the Elasticsearch Service to complement our joint engineering work on native GCP Console integration.

Elastic and Google (GCP) customers can procure standard subscriptions for the Elasticsearch Service via the GCP Marketplace. Usage charges are consolidated into a user’s GCP bill, and are deductible from any existing GCP commitments.

Get started with the Elasticsearch Service in GCP London and N. Virginia

Existing Elasticsearch Service users can simply log in and select the new region when creating a deployment. Users new to the Elasticsearch Service can get started with a 14-day trial on GCP today — all you need is an email address. 

If you are looking to migrate an existing cluster or deployment, be sure to check out our documentation, with more details in our migration webinar. If you still have questions, we're here to help.