The Google Cloud Datastore API provides developers with robust, scalable storage for their apps in the form of a schemaless NoSQL datastore. The datastore provides strong consistency for reads and ancestor queries and will eventually provide consistency for all other queries as well. There is no planned downtime for the Google Cloud Datastore.
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The Google Cloud Go SDK by Google Cloud Platform allows developers to integrate the Google Cloud APIs into their Go applications. This SDK is under development and may occasionally make backwards-incompatible changes.
The Google Cloud Node.js SDK by Stephen Sawchuk interacts with Google Cloud Storage API, in addition to Google Cloud Datastore, DNS, PubSub, and Engine APIs. Resources include example applications and authorization. To see the original Node.js source on GitHub, visit https://googlecloudplatform.github.io/gcloud-node/#/