CHAPTER 9

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Google Cloud Datastore

Google Cloud Datastore1 is a fully managed, schema-less database for storing nonrelational data. Cloud Datastore automatically scales with your users and supports ACID (atomic, consistent, isolated, durable) transactions, high availability of reads and writes, strong consistency for reads and ancestor queries, and eventual consistency for all other queries.

These features make Cloud Datastore a great option (fast, scalable, and available) in scenarios where there is no need for complex querying requirements. Due to its nature, this type of storage also has associated limitations that you must keep in mind. If some ...

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