Connect to SingleStore Helios Workspaces from Private Networks/Services via Google Private Service Connect

For inbound connections, you will receive a Service Attachment from SingleStore. You'll also need to provide your Google PSC project name to SingleStore, so that SingleStore can whitelist the project name from where you are trying to connect to the workspace.

To set up inbound connections to SingleStore Helios using private networks/services via Google Private Service Connect, perform the following tasks:

  1. Contact SingleStore Customer Support (see Support FAQ), and provide the following information:

    • Workspace ID. SingleStore can only process the connection request when your workspace is in the Active state.

    • Your Google Private Service Connect project name

    • Region details

    • In the support ticket, specify that the request is for inbound connection

    SingleStore will send you the Service Attachment.

  2. On the Google Cloud console, under Private Service Connect, select a project in the region you want to connect to the Service Attachment sent by SingleStore.

  3. Create a Private Service Connect endpoint and use the Service Attachment from step 1. SingleStore will then accept the request into the service to complete the connection.


    You need to create separate private endpoints for both DML and DDL endpoints of your workspace.

    Your workspace and Private Service Connect endpoint must be in the same region.


    SingleStore Helios does not support Certificate Authority (CA) verification for inbound connections. For information on connecting to SingleStore Helios using SSL, refer to Connect to SingleStore Helios using TLS/SSL.

Last modified: February 28, 2024

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