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Qubole announces expanded partnership with Google Cloud

11 Apr 2019

Qubole announced its expanded partnership and product integration with Google Cloud Platform (GCP). With Qubole's cloud-native data platform running on GCP, customers have the option to deploy a new enterprise analytics service with a first-class user experience through a unified workbench that includes notebooks, dashboards, a native interface for all commands, and built-in tools for easy, secure collaboration.

Combining the performance, reliability, and scalability of Google Cloud Platform with Qubole's self-service data platform, with integrated tools for data science and data engineering, this new offering enables easier, more collaborative processing of big data workloads with Apache Spark and Hadoop on Google Cloud.

Qubole SVP Mohit Bhatnagar says, "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.

"With this expanded partnership, Qubole is providing a powerful analytics service for Apache Spark and Hadoop on Google Cloud. Qubole's solution delivers a unified workbench, notebooks and easy-to-use tools for data scientists and data engineers, enterprise-grade security, and 24x7 specialised support."

With the rapid growth in big data processing, enterprises need a cloud data platform that provides a consistent, secure experience for processing petabyte-scale workloads.

Qubole is one of the only cloud-native data platforms that delivers comprehensive big data processing on multiple engines and frameworks through a unified experience, including some of the industry's most advanced Financial Governance capabilities.

Google Cloud director of product management Sudhir Hasbe says, "We are very excited about Qubole partnering with us to process big data on Apache Spark and Hadoop.

“This partnership is all about providing our customers with the best options on GCP. Our mutual long history helping enterprises solve their big data challenges, coupled with our constant focus on supporting our customers, makes this partnership a fantastic formula.”

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