Today we’re excited to announce the launch of Enterprise Cloud service in Europe! Our new EU region will help European customers keep their user data wholly in-region. We’ve selected the AWS data storage center in Frankfurt, Germany as Germany has some of the strictest data privacy regulations in the EU. This will not only improve login latency for EU-based end users but will also help our European customers comply with EU privacy and data isolation regulations.
Our new EU region offers all the features of the public Stormpath API, including user management, token authentication, multi-tenancy, multi-factor authentication, and authorization. As an enterprise customer, you can choose either the Stormpath US or EU Enterprise Clouds — or both! — to run Stormpath on infrastructure dedicated to your region. This provides powerful global identity management with isolated, geo-located infrastructure.
If you have an EU-based project and want to know more about the Stormpath Europe Enterprise Region, our sales team is happy to walk you through the details.
If you’re new to Stormpath, we offer the same core API functionality across all our environments. You can test drive Stormpath and our integrations with a developer account on our Public API at any time, for free. Get Started Now!
With Stormpath, you can launch your application faster with industry-leading security, allowing you to focus on the core features that will make your project a success.
“The goal of Stormpath is to free up developers’ time so they can focus on what really matters to their product and business,” said Les Hazlewood, co-founder and CTO. “Managing users in the cloud is complicated and risky; we can put years of security expertise and best practice in their applications in less time than it takes to make coffee.”
“Stormpath is at the forefront of application security as a service,” says Ross Mason, founder of Mulesoft. “Since every application requires user security, this service reduces the infrastructure burden, making it possible to avoid rolling the same code over and over.”
Stormpath has long been proud to comply with the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework as set forth by the US Department of Commerce regarding the collection, use, and retention of personal information from European Union member countries when their data resides in our US region.
Stormpath has certified that it adheres to the Privacy Shield Principles of Notice, Choice, Accountability for Onward Transfer, Security, Data Integrity and Purpose Limitation, Access, and Recourse, Enforcement, and Liability.