Google Cloud has announced that its serverless Database Migration Service (DMS) is available in Preview, which would make it easier for corporate customers to transfer development databases to the cloud.
New Delhi: Google Cloud has confirmed that its less Database Migration Service (DMS) server is available in Preview, which would make it easier for corporate customers to transfer development databases to the cloud.
It will enable clients to move MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server databases to Cloud SQL from on-site environments or other clouds.
Server conversion is a complicated method for most organisations.
“With Database Migration Service, we offer streamlined and fully consistent product interface so that no matter where our consumers started, they have a simple and safe way to transfer their databases to Cloud SQL,” said Andi Gutmans, Managing Director and Vice President, Engineering, Databases at Google Cloud.
With DMS, customers can take advantage of their native replication capability and avoid incompatibilities between source and destination, particularly for metadata operations.
Cloud SQL is one of the fastest-growing Google Cloud services that drive mission-critical workloads in some of the world’s largest companies.
DMS accelerates migration from legacy on-premises and other enterprise storage services to Cloud SQL, where businesses can take advantage of exclusive integrations with Google Kubernetes Engine for Growth and BigQuery for Analytics.
DMS is exceptional as a serverless migration tool, removing the customer’s manual difficulty in delivering, handling, or tracking migration-specific services.
“HCL customers across all industries are turning to the cloud to be more flexible, reliable and scalable, and looking for a trustworthy partner to provide end-to-end experience in migrating their manufacturing workloads without affecting their companies,” said Sanjay Singh, HCL’s Vice President & Head Google Cloud Ecosystem.
“The Database Transfer Program accelerates their migration journey to help them unlock the advantages of Google Cloud databases.”