Analytics firm Qubole ties up with Google Cloud to process enterprise data
Bengaluru-based data analytics firm Qubole said it has partnered Google Cloud to provide multiple solutions for processing enterprise customers' data.
Qubole said in a statement that its cloud-native data platform can provide customers on Google Cloud a unified user experience in analytics frameworks such as Apache Spark and Hadoop. Qubole is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider of data analytics solutions.
Founded in 2011 by IIT-Delhi alumni Ashish Thusoo and Joydeep Sen Sarma, the company has raised a total of $68 million so far. Its service is cloud platform-agnostic, meaning it works on all cloud platforms including those provided by Amazon, Google and Microsoft.
Qubole said that its user experiences a unified workbench that includes dashboards, a native interface for all commands, and built-in tools for secure collaboration.
“More companies everyday are turning to the cloud to process data and leverage its value in their decisions. With this expanded partnership, we are providing a powerful analytics service,” said Mohit Bhatnagar, senior vice-president of product, Qubole, adding that the firm will provide round-the-clock support as well.
According to Qubole, enterprises need a cloud data platform that provides a consistent, secure experience for processing petabyte-scale workloads. It added that the firm provides data processing on multiple engines and frameworks along with financial governance capabilities.
“The partnership will help us to process Big Data on Apache Spark and Hadoop and provide our customers with the best options on Google Cloud. The association is also helping enterprises solve their Big Data challenges,” said Sudhir Hasbe, director of product management at Google Cloud.