Tag: Databases

Cloud SQL Databases Official Blog Vertex AI May 27, 2024

Cloud SQL: Rapid prototyping of AI-powered apps with Vertex AI - The Google-ml-intergration extension for Cloud SQL for PostgreSQL allows developers to easily generate vectors from textual data, perform efficient search over a large corpus of vectors, and fetch real-time predictions directly within their SQL queries.

Cloud Firestore Databases Eventarc Official Blog Serverless May 20, 2024

Firestore integration with Eventarc reaches GA with Auth Context

AlloyDB Cloud SQL Databases Official Blog May 13, 2024

AlloyDB vs. self-managed PostgreSQL: a price-performance comparison

BigQuery Cloud Data Fusion Cloud SQL Databases Official Blog May 13, 2024

Building a Cloud Data Fusion pipeline to upload audit records generated by Cloud SQL for SQL Server to BigQuery - Data Fusion pipeline the steps to output audit records to internal or external sinks with minimal coding.

Cloud Spanner Databases Official Blog May 13, 2024

How chaos testing adds extra reliability to Spanner’s fault-tolerant design

Cloud SQL Databases Official Blog May 13, 2024

Cloud SQL for PostgreSQL data cache under the hood

Active Assist Databases Official Blog May 13, 2024

What’s new with Active Assist: New Hub UI and four new recommendations

Cloud Spanner Databases Official Blog May 6, 2024

Uncomplicating the complex: How Spanner simplifies microservices-based architectures

Databases GCP Experience Official Blog May 6, 2024

Enhancing iEEG seizure identification and similarity search with Google Cloud

Databases Migration Official Blog April 29, 2024

Modernization vs. migration for data workloads - Migrating data to the cloud (lift-and-shift) is an option, but modernizing your data workloads with cloud-native technologies offers greater benefits. Modernization improves scalability, security, and performance while reducing costs through serverless technology. Google's Database Modernization program can help you with the process.

 

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