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With its recent release of a trio of database services, the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) has planted the first real stakes for its claim to core enterprise compute workloads.


  • GCP now needs to prove that its innovative cloud platform will be robust enough to support the workloads targeted for these databases.

Features and Benefits

  • Compares Google Cloud Platform's database services stack to AWS and Microsoft Azure.
  • Assesses GCP's maturity in offering enterprise database services.

Key questions answered

  • Can enterprises rely on GCP for mundane, as opposed to moonshot, workloads?
  • What is the maturity of the GCP database services stack?

Table of contents

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  • Summary
  • From moonshot to the mundane
  • Introducing Google's database stack
  • Can GCP keep the lights on?


  • Further reading
  • Author

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