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Storing Your Data in the European Union
By default Mixpanel stores user data on it's US Servers via the Google Cloud Platform. However, Mixpanel also provides you with the option to process and store your customers' personal data in Europe via our EU Data Residency Program (opens in a new tab). You can enable this by selecting the "EU Data Residency" option when creating a new project, and using our EU subdomain during all API calls.
|API||Standard Server||EU Residency Server|
|Ingestion API (opens in a new tab)|
|Query API (opens in a new tab)|
|Raw Data Export API (opens in a new tab)|
|Data Pipelines API (opens in a new tab)|
|Lexicon Schemas API (opens in a new tab)|
|Connectors API (opens in a new tab)|
For existing projects, you can find where your data is currently stored under Project Settings > Data Residency. Additionally, projects stored in the EU will have a url that starts with eu.mixpanel.com whereas projects stored in the US will have a mixpanel.com url. If the wrong Data Residency location was chosen prior to implementation, you will need to create a new project with the applicable data storage option and migrate all your existing data. Mixpanel cannot assist with the migration of an existing project with the wrong residency location. You can find out more about creating a new project here.
Using Our SDKs
Next you'll need to set the server location to EU when initializing the Mixpanel library. You can find instructions for the required config settings for each SDK below:
Querying Mixpanel Data in the EU
Once you've set the server location to EU, please notify Mixpanel so we can set your project's cluster to
To do so, reach out to your Relationship Manager, Customer Success Manager, or Account Executive and they can help coordinate this change. Once the setup is complete, you can log into your account at
eu.mixpanel.com and query data in any Mixpanel report.
Log in via SSO
If you want the IdP initiated flow to direct to eu.mixpanel.com (opens in a new tab), prepend "eu." to your postback URL. For example, mixpanel.com/security/login/1 (opens in a new tab) would need to be changed to eu.mixpanel.com/security/login/1 (opens in a new tab).
EU Residency and CDPs
If you are coming to use it from a Customer Data Platform (CDP), Mixpanel cannot guarantee that data ingestion, processing and storage will always stay within the EU region. Please work with your CDP to make sure they are sending your data to the EU endpoint.
The following diagram shows how Mixpanel's Data Residency works: