Office 365 services are now available in the two Norway datacenters in Oslo and Stavanger. The new datacenters join several other “Go Local” country-level regions around the world.
On July 25. Microsoft South Africa announced the commencement of Office 365 services from datacenters in Johannesburg and Cape Town. South Africa is the sixteenth Office 365 region. Core services like Exchange Online and SharePoint Online are now being delivered to South African tenants.
Office 365 is now generally available from datacenters in Dubai and Abu Dhabi to serve Arabian Gulf and Middle East customers. Microsoft hasn’t said what services are being delivered from the new datacenters, but it’s likely that they will begin with Exchange Online and SharePoint Online.
New German Office 365 datacenters are on their way and will replace the dedicated Black Forest region that’s been used by German tenants since 2015. The move is good for tenants because they’ll be able to access more functionality.
In a surprise Sunday announcement, Microsoft said that from August 27 they will deliver Teams services from Office 365 datacenters in Australia and Japan.