Go Cloud Database libraries such as cockroach, weaviate, radon and steampipe are great as they are fast and performant. They have a good performance on the cloud because they are built to scale horizontally. They’re easy to use and configure as you don’t need to be an expert in database management or even know what a database is. They’re all self-contained and work with your existing databases and tools. They are inexpensive to run - especially when compared to the cost of running your own server.
Weaviate is an efficient, high performance and easy-to-use HTTP service for Go that you can use to run your applications on AWS Lambda. It uses gRPC to communicate with AWS services like DynamoDB and S3, has built-in support for Redis, MySQL and PostgreSQL, as well as integration with Consul and Zookeeper. Cockroach is a distributed key-value store that supports replicated storage across multiple servers. It enables powerful mechanisms such as atomic commits, automatic partitioning (replication), and many more features that are crucial for any distributed application. Steampipe is a distributed SQL engine designed for cloud native applications and designed for horizontal scalability. Some of the most popular Go Cloud Database libraries among developers are