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Seaplane Regions

Available through: CLI, Python SDK, Rust SDK, API

Throughout our documentation, you'll find references to regions. Where traditional cloud providers require you to pick a region for deployment, Seaplane works the other way around. By default, your application — whether that is compute, data or anything else on top of the Seaplane network — is deployed globally. Regions are used to create restrictions and limit where workloads run.

The regions are based on ISO 3166 alpha-2 continent codes, with a few small changes to capture regulatory differences or more intuitive/common aliases. The currently supported mappings are:

2-letter codeFull Name
AEUnited Arab Emirates
AUAustralia
BEBelgium
BHBahrain
BRBrazil
CACanada
CHSwitzerland
CLChile
DEGermany
ESSpain
FIFinland
FRFrance
GBUnited Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
HKHong Kong
IDIndonesia
IERepublic of Ireland
INIndia
ITItaly
JPJapan
KRKorea, Republic of
NLNetherlands
PLPoland
RORomania
SESweden
SGSingapore
TWTaiwan
USUnited States of America
ZASouth Africa
In addtion to countries the following grouped geo-regions are available
XAAsia
XCPeople's Republic of China
XEEurope
XFAfrica
XNNorth America
XOOceania
XQAntartica
XSSouth America
XUThe UK