DataSunrise Data and Database Security for Google Cloud

DataSunrise Security Suite for Google Cloud SQL includes the following components: Database Firewall, Database Audit, Data Masking, and Sensitive Data Discovery features. In order to secure your MySQL database against hacker attacks and accidental data leaks, DataSunrise analyzes traffic generated by various MySQL functions.

key benefits:

  • Processing of SSL and TLS-encrypted traffic
  • All main user authentication methods
  • Processing of prepared statements and multi-statements
  • Tracking of system and user-defined variables
  • Multiresultsets processing
  • Processing of LOAD XML and LOAD DATA operations
  • Convertation of binary data into text format
Supported version:

MySQL 5.0+

About Google Cloud SQL

Google Cloud SQL is a web-based service that enables you to deploy, maintain and manage MySQL databases on Google Cloud Platform.

MySQL is a relational database management system initially developed by a Swedish company MySQL AB. Now it is being developed and supported by Oracle corporation.

MySQL is the most popular free RDBMS in the world, especially in the Internet industry. Among MySQL users are YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo! and Adobe. MySQL is a standard database integrated into (for) XAMPP, WAMP, LAMP, AppServ web servers.

MySQL is distributed under GNU GPL license or under the commercial license.

MySQL supports stored procedures, functions, triggers, cursors, views, ANSI-standard SQL. DLLs (Dynamic link libraries) and APIs could be useful for developers willing to integrate MySQL into stand-alone applications. Additionally, Oracle offers custom MySQL extensions for commercial license owners. Due to its open architecture, MySQL supports a lot of table types: besides basic MyISAM and InnoDB tables users can create their own table types.

MySQL is compatible with Linux, Windows, Mac OS and UNIX platforms. Also, it is ported to Open VMS.

Original MySQL has become a basis for various forks such as OurDelta, Percona Server, Drizzlem, and MariaDB.