Cloud Spanner is a distributed database service and storage solution. In this video, explore how to work with Cloud Spanner.
- [Narrator] So in addition to Cloud SQL, … Google offers Cloud Spanner … and I've pulled together some of the key options … in this table. … Of course, we've looked at GCS and Filestore … and important aspects for DR and GCS … are bucket configuration permissions, … storage class and life cycle. … For Filestore just to let you know … that this service is available 'cause it's relatively new, … it's a fully managed NFS service for GCE and GKE actually. … Cloud SQL as I said supports MySQL, PostgreSQL … and soon SQL Server. … I demonstrated using replicas … and mentioned some of the automatic maintenance capabilities … such as automatic backups. … Now to complete this let's look at Cloud Spanner. … Cloud Spanner is a globally scalable SQL, … multi-master node consistent database. … That's really a mouthful. … So let's actually take a look at it. … Now, in the context of DR, … it also operates a little bit differently than Cloud SQL. … Although the interface, when you're querying it is SQL. …
- Enterprise concerns
- Enterprise scenarios
- Setting up your organization’s account
- Managing billing
- Enterprise compute services
- Enterprise storage and database services
- Enterprise data pipelines
- GCP developer and DevOps tools
Skill Level Intermediate
Work with cloud services1m 13s
1. GCP for the Enterprise
2. Enterprise Setup and Security
3. Enterprise Compute
4. Enterprise Storage and Database
5. Enterprise Data Pipelines
6. Dev and DevOps Tools
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