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Google AlloyDB Omni On-Premise Version Achieves GA Status, Priced at $1,295 per Month: Unveiling the Potent Database Solution

Google has announced that its AlloyDB Omni on-premise database, which was initially launched in March, is now in general availability (GA).
Google introduced AlloyDB as its in-house built database system in 2022, aimed at improving performance while still being compatible with PostgreSQL 14. Initially, it was only available in a cloud-based version.
In 2023, Google released AlloyDB Omni, a downloadable edition for customers who need to run it on-premise due to regulatory reasons or workload preferences. Google refers to it as the “Downloadable edition of AlloyDB” and claims it can be run anywhere, whether on competing clouds or on developers’ notebooks.
Pricing for AlloyDB Omni is based on a monthly subscription model, starting at $1,295 per month for the 16-vCPU version and $6,995 per month for the 100-vCPU version, without any applicable discounts for long-term contracts.
Source – Google
For those interested in cloud database solutions, they can watch the Cloudnone series’ episode on Databases, which includes a segment on AlloyDB and other advanced database technologies, in part 2.
TLDR: Google has released AlloyDB Omni, its on-premise database, which was previously only available in a cloud-based version. The downloadable edition can be run anywhere and is compatible with PostgreSQL 14. Monthly pricing starts at $1,295 for the 16-vCPU version and $6,995 for the 100-vCPU version. Those interested can learn more in the Cloudnone series’ episode on Databases.

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