CloudSpanner

A fully managed, mission-critical, relational database service that offers transactional consistency at global scale, automatic, synchronous replication for high availability, and support for two SQL dialects: Google Standard SQL and PostgreSQL.

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Have you connected a GCP project?

Make sure you have first integrated a GCP project with Apono. If not, follow this GCP Integration step-by-step guide.

Overview

  • Reduce Over Privileges - Discover existing privileges to GCP roles, groups and services to convert to on-demand access flows to reduce over-privileges.
  • Self Service Access - Empower your developers to gain self-servable access to GCP services, buckets, instances and more using Slack.
  • Automated Approval Workflows - Create approval workflows to specific sensitive resources.
  • Restricted Third Party Access - Grant third-party (customer or vendor) time-based access to specific buckets, databases or instances with MFA verification.
  • Review Access - View a detailed access audit of who was granted access to which specific instances, buckets or other resources in GCP.

Prerequisites

  • GCP integration connected to Apono

  • At least 1 Cloud Spanner instance

How to integrate GCP Cloud Spanner

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Note

  1. Make sure the GCP Cloud Spanner instance is Active.
  2. Make sure you have first integrated a GCP project with Apono. If not, follow this GCP Integration step-by-step guide.
  1. Click on Integrations Catalog
  2. Under GCP, look for Cloud Spanner and click Connect
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  1. Fill in the Integration details
  • Type the Integration Name
  • Choose the Cloud Account from the dropdown list (list of Organization IDs)
  • Project ID - the project ID where the Cloud Storage installed

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Hurray!!

You've successfully integrated Apono with your GCP CloudSpanner. You should now see the new integration in your Connected Integrations.