Ultimately, Google’s managed NoSQL database support Cloud Bigtable now supports multi-region replication. That feature was already available in beta. You can now read and compose your NoSQL information from multiple regions at precisely the same moment.

Google already supported Microsoft SQL Server in virtual machines — so you needed to manage it yourself. If you have a license and you also need your database to be managed by Google for you, Cloud SQL is going to be able to do it. No backup, no manual replication, no patch, etc..
The message is clear — you do not have to use Microsoft Azure if your organization utilizes Microsoft SQL Server database. Your database will work just fine on the Cloud SQL of Google.
In Cloud SQL information can use version 11 of PostgreSQL. Amazon RDS supports version 11.

It’s not every day you just read a headline using both Google and Microsoft. Google is announcing now that its managed database service Cloud SQL will soon support Microsoft SQL Server. The business revealed a sneak preview during its Google Cloud Next conference.

Business customers rely heavily on a more traditional on-prem server infrastructure. Google is trying to eliminate all the obstacles you could discover when moving into the cloud.