Google Cloud open ecosystem accelerates

At the third annual Data Cloud & AI Summit, Google Cloud announced new services that will help customers optimise price-performance, embrace open ecosystems, and securely set data standards while embracing a vibrant partner ecosystem.

Over 900 software partners power their applications using Google’s Data Cloud. Partners have extended Google Cloud’s open ecosystem by introducing new ways for customers to accelerate their data journeys including:

  • Crux Informatics is making more than 1,000 new datasets available on Analytics Hub, with plans to increase to over 2,000 datasets later this year.
  • Starburst is deepening its integration with BigQuery so that customers can bring analytics to their data no matter where it resides, including data lakes or on-premises sources.
  • Collibra introduced new features across BigQuery, Dataplex, Cloud Storage, and AlloyDB to help customers gain a deeper understanding of their business with trusted data.
  • Informatica launched a cloud-native, AI-powered master data management service on Google Cloud to make it easier for customers to connect data across the enterprise for a contextual 360-degree view and insights in BigQuery.
  • Google Cloud Ready for AlloyDB is a new program that recognizes partner solutions that have met stringent integration requirements with AlloyDB. Thirty partners have already achieved the Cloud Ready – AlloyDB designation, including Collibra, Confluent, Datadog, Microstrategy, and Striim.

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