Google Cloud Platform
Google Cloud Platform (GCP), offered by Google, is a suite of cloud computing services that runs on the same infrastructure that Google uses internally for its end-user products, such as Google Search, Gmail, Google Drive, and YouTube. Alongside a set of management tools, it provides a series of modular cloud services including computing, data storage, data analytics and machine learning.
Google Cloud Platform provides infrastructure as a service, platform as a service, and serverless computing environments. Previewed in 2011 and launched in 2014, Cloud SQL is GCP’s fully managed relational database service for MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server. GCP provides a range of managed database services, including:
- Cloud SQL: a fully managed database service for MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server databases. It provides automated backups, point-in-time recovery, and automatic security updates. Cloud SQL can be scaled up or down with ease, and users can choose the amount of storage they need.
- Cloud Spanner: a fully managed, horizontally scalable relational database service that provides strong consistency and high availability. It is designed for use cases that require high scalability and low latency, such as financial transactions and online gaming.
- Cloud Firestore: a fully managed NoSQL document database service that provides real-time updates and automatic scaling. It is designed for use cases that require high scalability and low latency, such as mobile and web applications.
- Cloud Bigtable: a fully managed NoSQL database service that provides high performance and scalability for large-scale workloads. It is designed for use cases that require high throughput and low latency, such as analytics and machine learning.
- Cloud Memorystore: a fully managed in-memory data store service that provides high performance and low latency for caching and real-time applications. It supports Redis and Memcached protocols.
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