Cloud SQL Features
A list of the major features and capabilities of Google Cloud SQL.
A description of instance settings, including when you can change them and how changing them affects instance behavior.
A description of regions, zones, and preferred location and how these values impact Cloud SQL instances.
Instance Access Control
A discussion of the two levels of access and how you configure them: instance-level access and database access.
Project Access Control
How Cloud SQL uses roles to manage access to project resources.
Describes how MySQL users are used with Cloud SQL.
Connection Options for External Applications
An overview of the ways you can configure access from an external application, including MySQL Client, to a Cloud SQL instance.
About the Proxy
A description of the Cloud SQL Proxy, including advanced options.
Overview of the High Availability Configuration
A description of the high availability configuration for Second Generation instances.
Describes the types of replication supported by Cloud SQL.
Requirements and Tips for Configuring Replication
Describes requirements and best practices for configuring replication.
Overview of backups
A description of backups and the backup process and requirements.
Overview of restoring an instance
A description of restoring an instance from a backup and point-in-time recovery.
Overview of Importing and Exporting Data
Describes requirements and best practices for importing and exporting data.
Second Generation Capabilities
A description of the advantages of using Cloud SQL Second Generation, as well as list of differences between Cloud SQL Second Generation and Cloud SQL First Generation.
Troubleshooting information for Cloud SQL instances, including connection, performance, and general instance issues.
A checklist to help you design, test, and launch your application.
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