Google Cloud SQL Valuable Features

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. I can start a release model experiment on a thousand people, and if that experiment is a success I can run it on a million people, and the whole analysis doesn't require any changes so it's scalable that way. It's much more cost-sensitive. It's not that costly for me to do it. View full review »
Hendrik De Schinkel
Cloud Data Engineer at Programmads
The most valuable features are that it's easy to use, simple, and user-friendly. View full review »
Muhammad El-Sergani
Commercial and Operations Director at SygmaTel, BlaBla Connect, KnowMe Solutions
It's all built into the web browser, so any operating system will work. It's easy to manage. They help me take care of the replication data backups and software upgrades, updates and so on. They take care of everything. I no longer need experts in database management. When I say database management, I don't mean SQL commands and which command is better or which query is better constructed. The database management in terms of memory, configuration, disc space, archiving, back-ups, replication problems, updates and so on. So, I no longer need someone or a team of people sitting around, taking care of my database infrastructure. I only have Google for that. View full review »
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Muhammad El-Sergani
Commercial and Operations Director at SygmaTel, BlaBla Connect, KnowMe Solutions
In terms of most valuable features - its ease of management and the ability to oversee the statistics of your SQL, and obviously its availability all the time. View full review »
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