Review key instance configuration options, such as regional instance placement and node count.
- [Instructor] Let's revisit instance configuration options.…Spanners called a NoOps…kind of a globally-distributed arty BMS.…So what does that mean?…Particularly if you're coming from on-prem…or you're moving mission critical workloads.…Maybe from another cloud, a competitor,…or for example from Amazon or Sequel Asher Database.…So let's look at the instance settings.…You can set currently the location.…One location now, although Google has announced…that as of GA there'll be multiple locations…for high availability.…You can set the number of nodes.…
We'll look at that in just a second…so we can refresh our memory on that.…You can not however control anything about the network.…No VPC, no network placement, and it's really interesting…to get our heads around that to think…is that something we actually need?…Or is that just something we're used to?…So I kind of just put it out there as a question.…You can have more than one instance per project…and that might be a type of a boundary…that might be important for enforcing some type of control.…
- 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
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