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Introducing Contentstack European Instance

Today, we are excited to announce the release of our new Contentstack European instance. This was a highly requested region and allows us to better serve our growing customer base in Europe.

One App, Two Regions

The European instance provides all the features and functionalities of the North American Instance. However, these are two completely separate instances, running on separate cloud infrastructure. Data stored in one region is not shared with the other region. They have different login URLs, username and password management mechanisms, and they function independently of one another.

Better Performance for European Customers

While both regional instances operate using the exact same SLAs, the European instance’s close proximity to our European customers ensures minimal latency and better app performance for users in that region.

GDPR Compliance and Security

Contentstack is a GDPR-compliant organization and therefore our new European Instance adheres to all compliance requirements inherent to the GDPR. This means that data security and privacy are guaranteed with Contentstack.

Regional Availability for All

Your choice of a regional instance is not limited to your location. This means that you can choose between North America and Europe, irrespective of where you and your business are located. Both regions offer the same experience, UI, features, support, security, and performance.

Migrate Data Easily

If your organization’s data is in the North American instance, Contentstack allows you to migrate it to the European instance in just a few simple steps. Contact our support team at for more details.

API endpoints for European instance

For European accounts, there are different base endpoints to access the APIs. Here are the European endpoints:

Contentstack App:

Contentstack CDN:

Contentstack API:

Contentstack Images:

Contentstack Content (other than images):

More resources

You can read more about the new European instance here:


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