Just as Google organizes the world’s information and makes it universally accessible and useful, Looker does the same for your business data, making it easy to build insight-powered workflows and applications.
Access, analyze, and act on the up-to-date, trusted version of your data
Deliver trusted data experiences, at scale, from the cloud of your choice
Improve productivity, decision-making, and innovation by delivering more insights to more users
Looker’s data model provides a fresh, consistent, and governed real-time view of your data, from across multiple clouds, to your entire organization.
Fast, proactive insights embedded in the places you work power better business decisions. Looker allows you to provide insights at the right time and place through proactive alerts and deep integrations.
Simplify the creation of reports and dashboards and avoid stale data and siloed approaches to business logic. Leverage prebuilt integrations in seconds, or build your own using Looker’s robust APIs.
Looker’s secret sauce is LookML, a powerful SQL-based modeling language. Analysts can use LookML to centrally define and manage business rules and definitions in one Git, version-controlled data model. LookML uses the information in the model to create efficient SQL queries on behalf of users. The model can remove technical skills as a potential barrier and frees up the data team to focus on innovation.
The first integration between Looker and Looker Studio allows users to connect to Looker's semantic model and analyze, explore, and visualize that data in Looker Studio. This integration allows people to use the same tool to create reports that rely on both ad-hoc and governed data, bringing together the best of both worlds—a governed data layer, and a self-serve solution that allows analysis of both governed and ungoverned data.
Looker (Google Cloud core) is Looker, built on Google Cloud infrastructure. It is available as a Google Cloud service and integrated within the existing Google Cloud portfolio of services in the Google Cloud console. From the console, users can now start and manage their own Looker instances.