Google Cloud Datastore

Google Cloud Datastore

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Google Cloud Datastore

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Google Cloud Datastore

7 out of 10
March 07, 2019
We're using Google Cloud Datastore as part of an application deployed to Google AppEngine, which is all running entirely in the Google …
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What is Google Cloud Datastore?

Google Cloud Datastore is a NoSQL "schemaless" database as a service, supporting diverse data types. The database is managed; Google manages sharding and replication and prices according to storage and activity.

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  • No setup fee

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What is Google Cloud Datastore?

Google Cloud Datastore is a NoSQL "schemaless" database as a service, supporting diverse data types. The database is managed; Google manages sharding and replication and prices according to storage and activity.

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Google Cloud Datastore is a NoSQL "schemaless" database as a service, supporting diverse data types. The database is managed; Google manages sharding and replication and prices according to storage and activity.

Reviewers rate Performance and Availability and Concurrency highest, with a score of 10.

The most common users of Google Cloud Datastore are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees) and the Education Management industry.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Google Cloud Datastore really helped us to resolve our business problems, such as database availability, dynamic database size, query performance when a large number of data. Earlier we were using SQL database systems which has limitations of query performance and data retrieval. To overcome that issue when large data, NoSQL is a good choice to resolve the issue. Google Cloud Datastore provides NoSQL and comes with very good features.
  • Scalability.
  • Availability.
  • SQL Like Queries.
  • Indexes.
  • Maintain ACID Transactions.
  • You can not change database mode, that's not a problem actually. It has its own limitations.
  • You can not change database location.
  • Some restrictions in order by queries like paginations
When you want to develop a system that doesn't have consistent data or maybe a zig-zag data structure, that time Google Cloud Datastore really helps to fit in your system environment. It provides lots of good functionality so you can quickly start your development. Whenever you want to perform certain operations like order by, it automatically suggests you create an index, so all solutions at one place. Also based on your database location, it helps to faster retrieval of data. And if you want to strictly follow SQL queries only, Primary key, Foreign key old concepts, then you are at the wrong place.
Google Cloud Datastore provides support in different subjects, like plans and pricing, community support, and documentation especially. It provides basic support for free, in case you want premium support. It provides one-to-one accessibility. In free trial support, you can connect chat with the support team to get resolve your queries and problem you are facing when you are new to work.
Score 10 out of 10
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Google Cloud Datastore is being used by some departments in our company for testing and proof of concept purpose. We were looking for a product in Google Cloud to be used as our NoSQL database. Google Cloud Datastore came into our sight with its high availability and serverless nature which makes it a perfect candidate for our needs.
  • It is hosted in GCP, our primary cloud provider.
  • It integrates with all the services we use in GCP.
  • It is hosted on GCP, which makes it harder if your company have multi-cloud strategy.
  • When you want to migrate to other cloud providers, there can be a caveat.
If you want a serverless NoSQL database, no matter it is for personal use, or for company use, Google Cloud Datastore should be on top of your list, especially if you are using Google Cloud as your primary cloud platform. It integrates with all services in the Google Cloud platform.
Score 7 out of 10
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We're using Google Cloud Datastore as part of an application deployed to Google AppEngine, which is all running entirely in the Google Cloud Platform. Since our application is using Google AppEngine, we wanted to use a datastore which was simple to set up and didn't require managing servers or deployments/configurations for. Because Google Cloud Datastore is part of the Google Cloud Platform, it really simplified billing and management.
  • Automatically handles shards and replication.
  • Schema-less & NoSQL.
  • Fully managed.
  • Part of the Google Cloud Platform walled garden.
  • Pay for read/writes to the datastore, in addition to storage.
  • Not many libraries exist.
Using Google Cloud Datastore in conjunction with Google AppEngine was a very seamless integration and much easier than using other datastores since so much of the configuration is abstracted for you. Because of this, creating simple applications is very easy and getting Google Cloud Datastore to power the backend ties everything together. If we were using Google Compute Engine, I'd imagine the same seamless experience would be there as well.
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