Big Data

Key Benefits

Scalability and flexibility
Data is the heart of many companies and having the right tools to work with it can be the deciding factor for a companies success. Google Cloud Platform provides the most powerful and reliable infrastructure for an affordable price at that.
Storing large amounts of data, up to even petabytes, works effortlessly and fast, which is made possible by Google’s cutting-edge databases and its own private network that is quick and reliable. On top of that Google Cloud Platform offers extremely capable tools to streamline the data and get insights with powerful analytic tools such as BigQuery. In fact, studies show that companies using Google’s BigQuery cut costs by up to 52% compared to on-prem EDWs.
Smart & fast data analytics
Google Cloud Platform not only provides the best infrastructure for big data but also the right tools to make the most out of it. With build-in machine learning functionality and dedicated machine learning tools you can get valuable insights from your data and use it to its full potential to benefit your business. On top of that you can analyze it live while it is being fed in to get results as quick as possible which can be a crucial factor for business which need to be able to react fast.
Secure data and connection
When it comes to storing sensitive data on the cloud, security is a common concern. However, with Google Cloud your data is most likely safer than on private data servers, that are prone to hacker attacks and technical issues.
With Google Cloud your data is securely stored using multiple encryptions and Google’s private network which is highly reliant and secure. Google complies to many international security standards and makes sure that your data is your data and no one else can access it, no matter what. Click here to learn more.

Powerful infrastructure

Having a capable, reliable and secure network is essential for big data. With Google Cloud Platform you automatically use Google’s private network, the best foundation for any business.

Google has focused on building the most efficient, lowest cost to operate, private internet.

Tom Foremski,
Googles global network infrastructure
Regions and purpose-build data centers by Google
zones for building systems and apps with high availability
Network Edge Locations ensuring a fast connection
miles of privately owned network

Powerful tools

If you want to work with big data and make the most out of it, not only do you need the right infrastructure but also the right tools for the job. For data analytics that is Google’s BigQuery. Let’s look at an example which demonstrates just how powerful BigQuery is and compare it to on-premise.

[…] BigQuery can provide a three-year TCO (total cost of ownership) that is 26-34% lower than the other three cloud-based solutions (AWS, Azure & Snowflake).

Aviv Kaufmann, Senior Validation Analyst at ESG
Benchmark SQL query – 100 billion rows of data with 3 wildcards

Within 25 seconds BigQuery:
reads 1 TB of data and uncompresses it to 4 TB
On-prem would require about 330 100MB/sec dedicated hard-drives to read 1TB of data
executes 100 billion regular expression with 3 wildcards each
On-prem would require 3,300 cores to uncompress 1TB of data and process 100 billion regular expressions at 1 μsec
distributes 1.25TB of data across the network
On-prem would require a 330 Gigabit network to shuffle the 1.25 TB of data
All of this with just a simple query and one click
That is the power of big data at Google Cloud scale

How to get started

We began working together with Google over 10 years ago when Google Cloud Platform just started. Since then we are constantly cooperating with Google to provide the best Google Cloud solutions and helped a lot of customers with tailored cloud solutions.We became a Google Cloud Premier Partner and our expertise was acknowledged by Google numerous times, for example with 8 different Google Cloud Specialization certifications.

If you are interested in Google Cloud Platform check out our various service packages or use the contact form at the bottom of the page.

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