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AlloyDB, Google Cloud’s PostgreSQL-compatible database, is now generally accessible

By ET Bureau - December 15, 2022 1 Mins Read


Google Cloud’s AlloyDB for PostgreSQL service is now available to all customers following a seven-month preview period, the company announced.

According to the provider, AlloyDB for PostgreSQL is a fully managed, PostgreSQL-compatible database service geared toward businesses looking to modernize their most demanding database workloads. It was introduced in May and is based on the free and open-source PostgreSQL database management program. It offers a wide range of extra features not found in PostgreSQL, such as management that is powered by artificial intelligence and full integration with Google Cloud’s analytics and AI services.

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AlloyDB’s preview pricing, according to Google Cloud, will last through December 31. Thereafter, all customers will be charged at regular rates.

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