Enterprise cloud company Cloudera
has made its data platform available on Google Cloud. Cloudera, which has headquarters in Palo Alto, California, United States, was founded in 2008. The company believes “that data can make what is impossible today, possible tomorrow", and its wealth services range from big data options and machine learning to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and data engineering. It also provides data warehouse and Hadoop solutions alongside 'Internet of Things' (IoT) solutions, and enterprise data cloud packages. With the Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) now available on Google Cloud, the company can begin to offer its enterprise data platform “at global scale”.
A hybrid, multi-cloud data and analytics platform, CDP “offers unparalleled security and governance for the world’s largest enterprises”. Offering companies a commercial advantage, the Cloudera Data Platform on Google Cloud utilizes Cloudera’s Shared Data Experience (SDX) to establish secure ‘data lakes’ that allow companies to find hidden patterns in their data. Adding CDP to Google Cloud (the cloud of choice for several enterprises) Cloudera brings more choice, capabilities, and scale to its customers.
“Fueled by our open source DNA, Cloudera helps companies make sense of every bit of data across hybrid, multi-cloud and on-premises architectures,” explained Cloudera’s President, Mick Hollison. “Cloudera helps the majority of the top 100 companies included in the Fortune 500 harness insights while enabling secure, centralized governance and compliance over the entire data lifecycle. We’re pleased to be bringing our expertise to Google Cloud.”
“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,” added Google Cloud’s Senior Director, Product Management, Sudhir Hasbe. “Bringing Cloudera to Google Cloud enables customers to rapidly deploy and manage its platform and applications at global scale.” Do you know of any other companies making products and services available on Google’s cloud platform? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.