Cloudera’s Data Platform (CDP), which is a data and analytics platform for enterprise, is now accessible on Google Cloud.
The platform offers the capability to develop safe data lakes in a Google Cloud account and allows for the quicker provision of analytic and machine learning services.
Companies will be able to shift current data pipelines to Google Cloud or even set up new ones which will be able to take in data from a lot of currents and new data sources.
Dale Vile, the research and analyst company Freeform Dynamics’ chief executive said, “We’ve seen enterprises increasingly prioritise portability across cloud providers and between the public cloud and the enterprise datacenter to maximise agility and avoid lock-in. As such, Cloudera’s support for GCP, in addition to AWS, Azure and on-premises environments, is in tune with the kind of hybrid/multi-cloud strategy organisations are putting in place to allow flexible data utilisation across their business.”
CDP Data Hub on Google Cloud offers access to data on a scalable, open-source, enterprise data cloud platform.
“This move is significant for Cloudera customers across Australia and New Zealand who are operating at scale with Google Cloud,” Nick Hoskins, Cloudera ANZ manager said.
“Google is emerging as a public cloud of choice for many ANZ customers, particularly those within banking and retail. Many Cloudera customers are looking to stretch and combine platforms. We’re pleased to be bringing our expertise in helping customers make sense of their data to Google Cloud.”
Google Cloud product management senior director Sudir Hasbe said, “We are committed to delivering the technology and partnerships to support businesses’ data-driven digital transformations and to help them put data in the hands of every team. Bringing Cloudera to Google Cloud enables customers to rapidly deploy and manage its platform and applications at a global scale,” said Sudir Hasbe, the Google Cloud product management senior director.