Google’s cloud computing service has announced that three of its cloud databases have exited beta and are now ready for general use. Cloud SQL Second Generation, Cloud Datastore and Cloud Bigtable can now support enterprise production workloads.
“From our managed database services to self-managed versions of your favorite relational or NoSQL database, we want enterprises with databases of all sizes and types to experience the best price-performance with the least amount of friction,” blogged Google’s Dominic Preuss. “All of our database storage products are now generally available and covered by corresponding service-level agreements (SLAs). We’re also releasing new performance and security support for Google Compute Engine.”