Google Cloud SQL Pros and Cons

Google Cloud SQL Pros

ArshSharma
Director at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
Its most valuable feature is that it's scalable. I can start off with a base of a lot of data and move as much as I want and it's the same as if asked to do a lot of infrastructure changes.
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Hendrik De Schinkel
Cloud Data Engineer at Programmads
The most valuable features are that it's easy to use, simple, and user-friendly.
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Muhammad El-Sergani
Commercial and Operations Director at SygmaTel, BlaBla Connect, KnowMe Solutions
The setup was straightforward. Just a couple of clicks, and we were done.
My suggestion to anyone thinking about this solution is to jump into it head-first!
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Muhammad El-Sergani
Commercial and Operations Director at SygmaTel, BlaBla Connect, KnowMe Solutions
Ease of management and the ability to oversee the statistics of your SQL.
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Google Cloud SQL Cons

ArshSharma
Director at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
Google Cloud SQL still needs better connectivity to outside, existing data sources.
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Hendrik De Schinkel
Cloud Data Engineer at Programmads
I would like to see better integration with all the different tools on the platform.
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Muhammad El-Sergani
Commercial and Operations Director at SygmaTel, BlaBla Connect, KnowMe Solutions
The most vulnerable problem with Google SQL is that while you can customize your access control list, it provides you with a public IP address.
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Muhammad El-Sergani
Commercial and Operations Director at SygmaTel, BlaBla Connect, KnowMe Solutions
Google's technical support is good, but they tend to never reopen a case and to send us snippets from the publicly available documentation. It's not as helpful as you would expect, not just for Google Cloud SQL but for all of Google Cloud products.
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