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· One min read
Sophie Lanc

💂 London Calling to the Ionburst Cloud ☁️

Today, I am happy to announce that a new IBC Region is available in London! The UK (London) Region is our second Region in Europe, that you can use to simply store your data in the Cloud privately and securely.

The IBC Region in London offers low latency for customers or end-users in the UK. An in-country deployment is critical for UK customers with data residency requirements and regulations, such as those operating with strict compliance needs or those in government, healthcare, and financial services.

Available Now

The new London (eu-west-2) region is ready and available to support your business. For more information on getting started and to create your free account, please visit the Ionburst Cloud docs.

· 2 min read
Josh Fraser

We're delighted to announce the release of the new Ionburst Cloud SDK for Go! ✨

Our Go SDK is now generally available and supported for production use. Go developers can now quickly and easily integrate Ionburst Cloud's secure cloud storage with their applications and services.

As with the other Ionburst Cloud SDKs, the Go SDK is available on GitHub, and is open source under the Apache 2.0 license.

We'd also like to give a special shout out to Craig Smith for his help building this SDK. 🎊

Getting Started

The Ionburst Cloud Go SDK exposes all the main functionality of the Ionburst Cloud API:

  • Client creation and authentication
  • Classifications access
  • Data access
    • PUT
    • GET
    • DELETE
  • Deferred access
    • Deferred PUT
    • Deferred GET
    • Check Deferred
    • Fetch Deferred

Start building with the Go SDK today!


As an added extra, Craig developed ioncli as an example of how to integrate with the Ionburst Cloud Go SDK.

ioncli is a simple CLI tool that allows data to be uploaded, downloaded and deleted from Ionburst Cloud. ioncli also allows the listing of available classifications.

You can get started with ioncli here or check out the source code from our GitHub.

See ioncli in action below 👀