Qubole & Google Cloud Partner to Improve Data Analytics Services

Qubole, which is a data activation and processing company has now collaborated with the Google cloud to enhance the user experience in the field of engineering and data science.

With the partnership and product integration with the Google Cloud Platforms revealed the company, enterprises would get the high option to deploy a new enterprise analysis service with a better user experiences with a unified workbench that includes the dashboard, notebooks, a native interface for all the commands and build in tools for secure and comfortable collaboration.

For the businesses, a Qubole on the cloud will help to reduce the cost of operations for the data analytics, the company revealed in a press release.

The “expanded partnership” will result in the more collaborative processing of the big data workloads with the Hadoop on the Google cloud. This will also ensure access to many of the data sources as connectors for the Google BigQuery, Postgres, MySQL, MongoDB, Oracle, Google Cloud Storage and more.

“Data is the new oil of this economy and more companies every day are turning to the cloud to process data and leverage its value in their decisions,” said Mohit Bhatnagar, senior vice president of product, Qubole.

Google said that it is bullish about acceptance of the Qubole among its clients.

“We have a lot of customers who have been asking about some of these capabilities and Qubole fills that gap very well. Qubole is being highly adopted by large enterprise customers (especially) in the financial services domain (and) that is the market we can now cater to,” said Sudhir Hasbe, director of product management, Google Cloud, adding that “this partnership is all about providing our customers with the best options on GCP”.


Written by Udit Agarwal

Startup/Tech News Correspondent, Responsible for gathering information on the tech companies working on IOT, AI, ML, Cloud, Mobile Technologies,

Udit can be reached at [email protected]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

TCS, Google join hands to build industry-specific cloud solutions

Are Indian enterprises really adopting hybrid and multi-cloud?