Amazon Web Services has admitted that it’s had trouble attracting the public sector, despite the fact that the company has already just branched out to Singapore and the Asia-Pacific region. The cloud and retail giant is now considering an Australian data center to complement its centers in other locations since they have customers who might not have regulatory reasons behind a decision to keep their data “local” and in a particular country. As it stands, many Australian customers of Amazon Web Services have been using data centers in the United States. In terms of the Singapore data center, it will not provide the Virtual Private Cloud and AWS Import/Export as that is currently only the U.S. The release date on the annoucement for Amazon’s push into Australia has not been made public.