Instance.Type (Cloud Bigtable HBase Client for Java 0.9.7.1 API)

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Enum Instance.Type

    • Enum Constant Detail

      • TYPE_UNSPECIFIED

        public static final Instance.Type TYPE_UNSPECIFIED
         The type of the instance is unspecified. If set when creating an
         instance, a `PRODUCTION` instance will be created. If set when updating
         an instance, the type will be left unchanged.
         
        TYPE_UNSPECIFIED = 0;
      • PRODUCTION

        public static final Instance.Type PRODUCTION
         An instance meant for production use. `serve_nodes` must be set
         on the cluster.
         
        PRODUCTION = 1;
      • DEVELOPMENT

        public static final Instance.Type DEVELOPMENT
         The instance is meant for development purposes only.
         It uses shared resources and has no performance or uptime guarantees.
         After a development instance is created, it can be upgraded by
         updating the instance to type `PRODUCTION`. An instance created
         as a production instance cannot be changed to a development instance.
         When creating a development instance, `serve_nodes` on the cluster must
         not be set.
         
        DEVELOPMENT = 2;
    • Field Detail

      • TYPE_UNSPECIFIED_VALUE

        public static final int TYPE_UNSPECIFIED_VALUE
         The type of the instance is unspecified. If set when creating an
         instance, a `PRODUCTION` instance will be created. If set when updating
         an instance, the type will be left unchanged.
         
        TYPE_UNSPECIFIED = 0;
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        Constant Field Values
      • PRODUCTION_VALUE

        public static final int PRODUCTION_VALUE
         An instance meant for production use. `serve_nodes` must be set
         on the cluster.
         
        PRODUCTION = 1;
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • DEVELOPMENT_VALUE

        public static final int DEVELOPMENT_VALUE
         The instance is meant for development purposes only.
         It uses shared resources and has no performance or uptime guarantees.
         After a development instance is created, it can be upgraded by
         updating the instance to type `PRODUCTION`. An instance created
         as a production instance cannot be changed to a development instance.
         When creating a development instance, `serve_nodes` on the cluster must
         not be set.
         
        DEVELOPMENT = 2;
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values


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