connect securely to a 2nd generation Cloud SQL DB
DescriptionThe Cloud SQL Proxy allows a user with the appropriate permissions to connect to a Second Generation Google Cloud SQL database without having to deal with IP whitelisting or SSL certificates manually. It works by opening unix/tcp sockets on the local machine and proxying connections to the associated Cloud SQL instances when the sockets are used. Optional functionality can be enabled (--fuse) with access to `/dev/fuse` as well as the `fusermount` binary. By default, the proxy will authenticate under the default service account of the Compute Engine VM it is running on. Therefore, the VM must have at least the sqlservice.admin API scope ("https://www.googleapis.com/auth/sqlservice.admin") and the associated project must have the SQL Admin API enabled. The default service account must also have at least WRITER/EDITOR privileges to any projects of target SQL instances.
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