You finished migrating an on-premises MySQL database to Cloud SQL. You want to ensure that the daily export of a table, which was previously a cron job running on the database server, continues. You want the solution to minimize cost and operations overhead. What should you do?
Your ecommerce application connecting to your Cloud SQL for SQL Server is expected to have additional traffic due to the holiday weekend. You want to follow Google-recommended practices to set up alerts for CPU and memory metrics so you can be notified by text message at the first sign of potential issues. What should you do?
You are managing a set of Cloud SQL databases in Google Cloud. Regulations require that database backups reside in the region where the database is created. You want to minimize operational costs and administrative effort. What should you do?
During an internal audit, you realized that one of your Cloud SQL for MySQL instances does not have high availability (HA) enabled. You want to follow Google-recommended practices to enable HA on your existing instance. What should you do?
You are configuring a brand new PostgreSQL database instance in Cloud SQL. Your application team wants to have an optimal and highly available environment with automatic failover to avoid any unplanned outage. What should you do?