New Data Center Location: Los Angeles, USA

Launch a WordPress site on Google Cloud in their brand new Los Angeles data center with our easy to use control panel. Try it free!

Google’s long awaited seventeenth Google Cloud Platform region located in Los Angeles, is now open and thus also available in the Control Panel.

Hosting WordPress websites in the new region can significantly improve latency for end users in Southern California, and by up to 80% across Northern California and the Southwest, compared to hosting them in the previously closest region, Oregon. You can visit to see how fast the LA region is for you.

Paul-Henri Ferrand, President of Global Customer Operations, officially announces the opening of Google’s Los Angeles cloud region.


Except for the new Los Angeles region, we also have these locations to choose from right now:

  • Oregon, USA
  • South Carolina, USA
  • North Virginia, USA
  • Iowa, USA
  • London, UK
  • Frankfurt, Germany
  • St. Ghislain, Belgium
  • São Paulo, Brazil
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Mumbai, India
  • Changhua County, Taiwan
  • Singapore
  • Sydney, Australia
  • Montréal, Canada
  • Eemshaven, Netherlands
  • Hamina, Finland


How to set up a WordPress site or WooCommerce store in Los Angeles

Here are the simple steps to get started and set up a website in Los Angeles, USA:

  1. Sign up for a free 10-day trial account
  2. Activate your account with the verification link that was sent to your email inbox and log in to the Panel
  3. Click Create Website
  4. Name your website and select Los Angeles in the location list

Create a WordPress site on GCP Los Angeles

Click Continue and wait for the setup to finish. Once the process is done, you will be able to access your new WordPress site right away with an URL provided by us. You can also copy an existing WordPress site and migrate it to to compare the speed of your old host, to do that, please check our migration guide or contact us if you want us to do for you (for free).


Future Google Cloud Platform regions to be launched: Hong Kong.

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