Fully managed open source databases
Adopting open source databases can help you innovate faster while avoiding vendor lock-in and high licensing fees. But many enterprises remain fearful of open source database complexity and lack of enterprise-grade support. At Google Cloud, we’re partnering with leading open source database vendors to make it easier for our customers to build applications and deploy more secure open source databases at scale without worrying about the underlying infrastructure.
Google Cloud embraces open source
The advancement of open source databases depends on community-driven innovation, quality control, and strategy—all qualities loved by developers and driven by real users. At Google Cloud, we believe in open source’s community, flexibility, and portability. That’s why we continue to be a leading open source contributor and a partner to organizations that are focused on fully managed open source databases and community-driven innovation.
Benefit from the latest community-driven innovation
Unlike other cloud vendors that deploy older versions of open source code, Google Cloud partners directly with key open source vendors like MongoDB, Elastic, DataStax, Redis Enterprise, Neo4j, Confluent, and InfluxData to provide a fully integrated platform for open source databases and bring the latest innovations to our customers.
We provide first line support for open source databases, so you can manage and log support tickets from a single window.
You’ll only see one bill from Google Cloud, whether you’re using NoSQL or relational databases.
You can provision and manage partner open source database services straight from your Google Cloud console.
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Modern, general-purpose database platform that brings software and data to developers and their applications, with a flexible model and control over data locations.
Elastic builds self-managed and SaaS offerings that make data usable in real time and at scale for search-related use cases like logging, security, and analytics.
DataStax powers enterprises with its always-on distributed cloud database built on Apache Cassandra and designed for hybrid cloud.
Redis Labs is the home of Redis, the world’s most popular in-memory database, and the commercial provider of Redis Enterprise.
Founded by the team that built Apache Kafka, Confluent’s event streaming platform lets companies easily access data in the form of real-time streams.
Neo4j is a native graph database platform specifically optimized to map, store, and traverse networks of highly connected data in order to reveal invisible contexts and hidden relationships.