Google Cloud Databases
Google Cloud Database offers fully managed solutions both for relational and non relational databases with high security features.
Cloud database is a collection of structured or unstructured data that resides on a private cloud , public cloud and also on hybrid cloud computing infrastructure platform. In this post, I will be discussing Google Cloud Databases.
Benefits of Google Cloud Database :
Flexibility in Performance
Open Source Compatibility
Integration of AI/ML Data with analytics
There are two types of Databases present in Google Cloud :
Relational : Cloud SQL and Cloud Spanner
Non Relational: Cloud Big Table, Cloud Firestore, Cloud Memory Store, Firebase real time database .
Classification of Google Cloud Database products
Cloud SQL: It is a fully managed service that manages MySQL, SQL Server databases in cloud. It ensures high reliability and tight security with built-in automation for higher availability.
Cloud Spanner: It is a scalable relational database service built to support transactions with strong consistency and high availability across regions.
Cloud Big Table : It is a No SQL database with high throughput and low latency. It is used as the storage engine for large-scale applications in data processing and analytics.
Cloud Fire Store: It is a fully managed serverless No SQL Database,ideal for building mobile and web applications and leaderboards in gaming at global scale with advanced security features.
Cloud Memory Store : It is ideal for application caches and data access.
Firebase Real Time Database : It is a NoSQL database hosted in cloud that allows users to store and sync data in real time. It allows users to store, sync and query app data on a large scale.