Firestore Database

Create a Firestore Database from within the DuploCoud platform.

Firestore is a flexible, scalable database for mobile, web, and server development from Google Cloud Platform. It's part of Firebase, a platform for developing mobile and web applications. Firestore is a NoSQL document database that simplifies storing, syncing, and querying data across multiple platforms and devices.

There are two Firestore Database modes to choose from:

  • Firestore Native Mode is the default mode for Firestore. It provides a richer feature set and supports more advanced querying capabilities, such as compound queries and real-time updates. Use Firestore Native for new projects and applications that require real-time updates and advanced querying features.

  • Datastore Mode provides a subset of Firestore's features and capabilities, supports a simpler data model, and lacks support for nested subcollections. Use Datastore Mode for migrating existing applications from Google Cloud Datastore to Firestore or for applications that do not require real-time updates or complex querying capabilities.

Creating a Firestore Database

  1. From the Tenant list box in the upper left, select your Tenant name.

  2. From the DuploCloud portal, navigate to Cloud Services -> Firestore Database.

  3. Click Add. The Add Firestore DB page displays.

  4. In the Name field, enter a name for your database.

  5. From the Type list box, select FIRESTORE_NATIVE or DATASTORE_MODE.

  6. Select your location from the Location list box.

  7. From the Point in Time Recovery Enablement list box, enable or disable point in time recovery, or lock your resources pessimistically.

  8. From the Delete Protection State list box, enable or disable delete protection.

  9. Click Create. Your Firestore Database is created.

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