Google Launches a New Serverless Database Migration Service. Recently, Google announced a new serverless Database Migrates Service (DMS) in preview. The service supports migrations of self-hosted MySQL databases, either on-premises or in the cloud, and managed databases from other clouds, to Cloud SQL for MySQL.
Recently, Google announced a new serverless Database Migrates Service (DMS) in preview. The service supports migrations of self-hosted MySQL databases, either on-premises or in the cloud, and managed databases from other clouds, to Cloud SQL for MySQL.
The new serverless service for database migrations is intended for enterprises to migrate to the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) managed database service Cloud SQL or Google Compute Engine seamlessly. Furthermore, according to the announcement blog post, customers using the service will have the following benefits:
Furthermore, by migrating to Cloud SQL, customers can also benefit from integrating with the rest of Google Cloud, including services like Google Kubernetes Engine and BigQuery.
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