See the objects that are supported. These include instances, database, tables, indexes, and security IAMs.
- [Instructor] Now you're probably eager to get…started with Cloud Spanner.…We'll be doing that in just a couple of minutes,…but before we do let's just look at the Architecture…and it's astoundingly simple.…It's part of the value of Spanner.…So it runs on the Google Cloud platform Network…but that's pretty much transparent to you,…and that's both a good and a bad thing.…It's a good thing because you may or may not know…that Google has extensive infrastructure worldwide…including their own fiber, their own cabling,…which allows for very, very fast access,…and it's part of what you're buying.…
It's pretty much invisible but…how it manifests is Google Cloud products…are simply fast.…Now, as of this recording you simply create…an instance of Spanner which is roughly analogous…to a server and then that exists on…the Google Cloud Network.…Now this is very different than the competitors…where you create a VPC, in some cases you create…an actual server or clustered server,…and again, it takes a little getting used to…
- What is Cloud Spanner?
- Creating an instance and database using the console
- Making hot schema updates
- Cloud Spanner queries
- Loading data into Cloud Spanner
- Understanding transactions
- Cloud Spanner DevOps tools
- Auditing logs with Stackdriver
- Cost optimization
Skill Level Intermediate
Google Cloud Storage and Data Essential Trainingwith Joseph Lowery2h 54m Intermediate
Google Cloud Platform Essential Trainingwith Lynn Langit3h 56m Intermediate
1. Why Cloud Spanner?
2. Cloud Spanner Basics
3. Cloud Spanner Queries
4. Cloud Spanner DevOps
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