When you run a database on GCP, you can choose between managed services or running on infrastructure we manage for you. Managed services can remove some of the operational overhead required to operate a database, while running it yourself gives you full control over how your database is deployed. With both options, you get reliability, security, and elasticity built in, with the ability to get global connectivity using Google’s network.



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