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Google Cloud Firestore is a flexible, scalable NoSQL document database for mobile and web applications. Cloud Firestore's flexibility is possible due to its document data model that supports hierarchical data structures. As a NoSQL database, your data is not confined to a relational structure.
Cloud Firestore is also designed to scale seamlessly with powerful built-in features such as data replication, strong consistency guarantees, and atomic batch operations.
Cloud Firestore is available in Native and Datastore mode. Native mode provides access to new database features and builds upon Google Cloud Datastore and Firebase Realtime Database. Although it doesn't provide as many features, Datastore mode can still provide a NoSQL database solution for applications configured to use it.
You can learn how to configure a database using Cloud Firestore in Datastore mode in the Using Cloud Firestore in Datastore Mode as a NoSQL Database hands-on lab.
In this lab, you will learn the core components of a Google Cloud Firestore database when using native mode. You will also learn how to create a Firestore collection and documents to store unique pieces of data
Upon completion of this beginner level lab, you will be able to:
- Explain the core components of Google Cloud Firestore in Native mode
- Create a Firestore collection
- Define Firestore documents with unique values
- Candidates for the Google Professional Data Engineer Certification
- Cloud Developers seeking to learn more about NoSQL database options provided by GCP
No prerequisites are required to complete this lab
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