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Data moving between data centers We operate a highly secure and resilient private network that encircles the globe and connects our data centers to each other—ensuring that your data stays safe. Trust is built on transparency and we publish the locations of all our data centers. Our network is designed to minimize latency and maximize availability, helping to ensure uninterrupted access to your information with no scheduled downtime. In order to achieve this level of performance and conduct upgrades or maintenance, we often move data from one data center to another. These shifts of data centers are imperceptible to our customers and carried out in a secure manner. Namely, data is always encrypted when it moves between data centers. Connections between internal Google servers are cryptographically authenticated between machines. Certain connections (including those to and from the KMS) are encrypted with a TLS-like proprietary transport protocol that uses AES