Cloud SQL

  1. MySQL 8.0 support

    When will MySql 8 be available in GCloud Cloud SQL

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    Cloud SQL launched support for MySQL 8.0 in 2020. With MySQL 8.0, you get access to a variety of powerful new features—such as instant DDL statements (e.g. ADD COLUMN), atomic DDL, privilege collection using roles, window functions, and extended JSON syntax – to help you be more productive.

    See our launch blog for more information:
    https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/databases/mysql-8-is-now-on-cloud-sql

    Check out our release notes here:
    https://cloud.google.com/sql/docs/release-notes#August_25_2020

  2. Managed PostgreSQL

    I would love you guys to have a managed PostgreSQL option for your Cloud SQL. It should offer the same features as MySQL where it automates replication, patch management and database management.

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  3. Update to MySQL 5.7.22

    The last update to MySQL on Cloud SQL was 5.7.14 in November 2016... It's kind of ridiculous that it hasn't been updated in 1.5 years. There are features in 5.7.21 that I need but can't use because of this.

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  4. Mysql instances should also have a private network

    Managed mysql should have an internal ip address on the private network.

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  5. Cross Region Read Replicas

    It would be nice to have managed read replicas in different regions rather then having to setup/maintain your own replicas.

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    Cloud SQL launched cross-region replicas in 2020 for MySQL and PostgreSQL. Cross-region replicas makes it easy to create a fully managed read replica in a different region than that of the primary instance. Cross-region replicas are used for business continuity, migrating data from one region to another, and for running global applications.

    Read more about cross-region replicas in our blog:
    https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/databases/introducing-cross-region-replica-for-cloud-sql

    To learn more about cross-region replicas, see our documentation:
    https://cloud.google.com/sql/docs/release-notes#March_16_2020

  6. Offer access to Cloud SQL from Cloud functions

    Cloud SQL is currently not accessible from Cloud functions. This means that it is necessary to use an intermediary Google App Engine or similar method to bridge requests from functions to databases.

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  7. Cloud SQL for Singapore Data Center

    It will be better to have SQL and compute engine in the same data center for better perfomance and speed

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  8. Add Support for MS SQL Server

    We use MS SQL Server and not MySQL, therefore we cannot use Google's Cloud SQL product. We would like to though.

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  10. Support Google Cloud SQL Join VPC network

    1. we need access our mysql instance only from our internal resource(GKE & GCE).
    2. we need run our application in auto-scaling,so we cannt mange our authorization netowork easy.
    3. aws mysql support it.
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  11. Start / Stop SQL-instances from Google Cloud Functions

    It would be nice to be able to start / stop sql-instances in cloud-sql in a similar way like in compute-engine.

    As they should even be based on compute engine, it feels really uncommon that an aggregatedList of compute engine resources does not list the cloud-sql instances and that they are not accessible in the same way.

    We are using Cloud-Scheduler with PubSub and Cloud Functions to start/stop VMs and also want to start/stop our Cloud-SQL instances on a scheduled basis.

    9 votes
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    The Cloud SQL Admin v1beta4 API is now generally available. Customers can use the Admin API in combination with Cloud Scheduler to automate the stop and start of instances.

    You can find instructions online about how to use the API to schedule instance start and stop operations, such as the Medium article below:
    https://shriganeshkolhe.medium.com/scheduling-starting-and-stoppingcloud-sql-on-gcp-using-scheduler-4a4176f913c6

    For more information, see our release notes:
    https://cloud.google.com/sql/docs/release-notes#February_10_2021

  12. Promote ***** replica to master to have write access during outage

    I would love to have a MySQL ***** promoted to master during outgage.

    Also why are you moving the master to slaves zone and then pushing the ***** to another zone? This does not make sense. Why can't you just have master set in another zone.

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    Cloud SQL supports multiple business continuity features to help get your database back up and running during an incident. With high availability (HA) configurations, Cloud SQL fails over your primary instance to a standby in the event the primary suffers a fault or the primary’s zone suffers an outage.

    For more on high availability, see our documentation below:
    https://cloud.google.com/sql/docs/mysql/high-availability

    Cloud SQL also supports cross-region replicas as a pathway to recovery after a regional disaster. During a regional outage, you can promote the replica and redirect your application traffic to the replica in order to resume service.

    For more information on cross-region replicas, check out our documentation below:
    https://cloud.google.com/sql/docs/mysql/replication/cross-region-replicas

  13. PostgeSQL 12

    It would be good to add support for PostgreSQL 12 : https://www.postgresql.org/about/news/1976/
    Especially because of improvements in partitioning and many other new features

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