Firestore Database: Now supports Multiple Databases

We are pleased to inform that Google were announced that Firestore Multiple Databases is now generally available

This feature improves data separation, security, resource management, and cost tracking by allowing you to manage multiple Firestore databases within a single Google Cloud project

The Firestore database can be created and managed with Terraform, Firebase CLI, and gcloud

Through IAM conditions, Firestore enables you to apply fine-grained security configurations on a single database

Per-database billing and usage breakdowns are provided by Firestore. You can use BigQuery to retrieve this cost data

For detailed instructions on setting up a smooth workflow for exporting your Cloud Billing data to BigQuery, please refer to the Cloud Billing documentation

Firestore’s features without having to pay anything up front. Moreover, the default database is the only one supported by the legacy App Engine runtime