Creator service geographic scope
Azure Maps Creator is a geographically scoped service. Creator offers a resource provider API that, given an Azure region, creates an instance of Creator data deployed at the geographical level. The mapping from an Azure region to geography happens behind the scenes as described in the following table. For more information on Azure regions and geographies, see Azure geographies.
For disaster recovery and high availability, Microsoft may replicate customer data to other regions only within the same geographic area. For example, data in West Europe may be replicated to North Europe, but not to the United States. Regardless, no matter which geography the customer selected, Microsoft doesn’t control or limit the locations from which the customers, or their end users, may access customer data via Azure Maps API.
Geographic and regional mapping
The following table describes the mapping between geography and supported Azure regions, and the respective geographic API endpoint. For example, if a Creator account is provisioned in the West US 2 region that falls within the United States geography, all API calls to the Conversion service must be made to
|Azure Geographic areas (geos)||Azure datacenters (regions)||API geographic endpoint|
|Europe||West Europe, North Europe||eu.atlas.microsoft.com|
|United States||West US 2, East US 2||us.atlas.microsoft.com|