Google is increasing the provision of AlloyDB for PostgreSQL, a PostgreSQL-compatible managed database as a service, to 16 new areas. AlloyDB for PostgreSQL will probably be usually accessible in December and can compete with the likes of Amazon Aurora and Microsoft Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
“AlloyDB for PostgreSQL, a PostgreSQL-compatible database service for demanding relational database workloads, is now accessible in 16 new areas around the globe. AlloyDB combines PostgreSQL compatibility with Google infrastructure. It offers superior scale, availability and efficiency,” Sandy Ghai, senior product supervisor for AlloyDB at Google, wrote in a weblog put up.
AlloyDB is now accessible in new areas together with Taiwan (asia-east1), Hong Kong (asia-east2), Osaka (asia-northeast2), Seoul (asia-northeast3), Mumbai (asia-south1), Jakarta (asia – southeast2), Sydney (australia-southeast1), Melbourne (australia-southeast2), Warsaw (europe-central2), Finland (europe-north1), London (europe-west2), Zurich (europe-west6), South Carolina (us – East1), North Virginia (us-east4), Oregon (us-west1), and Salt Lake Metropolis (us-west3).
The brand new additions make AlloyDB accessible in a complete of twenty-two areas. Beforehand, this service was accessible in Iowa (us-central1), Las Vegas (us-west4), Belgium (Europe-west1), Frankfurt (Europe-west3), Tokyo (asia-northeast1), Singapore (asia-southeast1) was.
Google additionally up to date AlloyDB pricing for numerous areas for compute, storage, backup, and networking.
Along with making the service accessible in 16 new areas, the corporate is including a brand new function to AlloyDB known as Cross-Area Replication. That is presently in personal preview.
In accordance with the corporate, AlloyDB’s cross-region replication function permits enterprises to create secondary clusters and situations from a main cluster, making assets accessible in numerous areas.
“These secondary clusters and situations act as copies of the first cluster and occasion assets,” the corporate stated in a weblog put up.
Advantages of secondary clusters or replication embrace catastrophe restoration, geographic load balancing, and improved learn efficiency for the database engine.