Bringing Teradata Vantage to Google Cloud
The exponential growth of data is presenting enterprises with new challenges. With the influx of new and different types of data, enterprises need to scale infrastructure while improving costs and managing growing expectations from business functions. Teams need to analyze, store, and extract meaningful insights from that data.
Today, we’re excited to announce a partnership with Teradata to offer its data analytics products on Google Cloud. Beginning next year, customers will be able to run Teradata’s cloud analytics platform, Vantage, on Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Teradata Vantage is a cloud-first analytics platform that allows customers to run sophisticated analytics across all types of deployment options: in the public cloud, hybrid, or multi-cloud environments.
Teradata’s approach to offering data analytics to meet enterprise customers’ needs is very much aligned with our own, so we are delighted to begin offering Vantage on GCP. Bringing Teradata to Google Cloud means that customers who already use Teradata’s software can streamline their path to run on Google Cloud and take advantage of Google Cloud’s global infrastructure, security, scalability, and compute capabilities. Furthermore, migrating from an on-premises analytics system to Vantage on GCP will be quick and low-risk because Vantage software is consistent everywhere, thus greatly simplifying the process.
By partnering with Google Cloud, Teradata offers its customers the powerful analytics capabilities they need in the public cloud environment they prefer. Customers interested in using Vantage on GCP can expect a comprehensive as-a-service solution for enterprise analytics that includes software, services, infrastructure and support.
Teradata Vantage on GCP will be available in 2020. If you’re interested in a private preview during the first half of 2020, contact your Google Cloud and/or Teradata account team.