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Firebase & Google Cloud
Can I use them together?
Yes! Firebase is Google's mobile development platform that empowers you to quickly build and grow your app. It's built so that you're able to easily pull in Google Cloud products as your team or infrastructure needs grow.
What do they have in common?
Firebase and Google Cloud share common infrastructure, including:
Firebase and Google Cloud share three products: Cloud Firestore, Cloud Functions, and Cloud Storage. These are the same products that exist in Google Cloud, simply exposed for client-side developers via Firebase. You can access the same data from the server SDKs (Google Cloud) and the client SDKs (Firebase), so your frontend and backend teams can work in concert.
Each account can have multiple projects, which are like folders or directories. You can add both Firebase and Google Cloud products to a project.
Billing is set at the project level and both Firebase and Google Cloud products can be placed on the same bill.
You can set role-based access controls at the project level. You can then restrict and permit individuals or groups to perform actions across both platforms.