The most popular and widely used open-source database finally saw its arrival on the cloud trinity two days ago when Google Cloud announced that it supports MySQL 8.0 GA on Cloud SQL.
The most popular and widely used open-source database finally saw its arrival on the cloud trinity two days ago when Google Cloud announced that it supports MySQL 8.0 GA on Cloud SQL. The first one to offer upgrades to MySQL 8.0 in the cloud was obviously AWS, then Azure and now Google.
MySQL 8 comes with a fantastic set of features like online DDL, the much awaited window functions, enhanced JSON features, recursive common table expressions (CTEs) for hierarchical querying, default
UTF8MB4 collation & encoding, soft deletes, invisible indexes, descending indexes, staged rollouts and more. Cloud SQL does provide the standard security features with an option to encrypt the data with your own keys. Both, encryption in-transit and encryption at rest are supported. You can find the list of features in the following blog post by MySQL Server Team
To explore the exhaustive list of features of MySQL 8.0, please visit this blogpost by MySQL Server Team.
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