Data Cloud for ISVs
Over 700 technology companies power their applications using Google’s data cloud
Accelerate time to impact with a simplified data cloud
We bring data and software together to build a simplified data cloud. Google’s data cloud provides a complete platform for building data-driven applications, from simplified data ingestion, processing and storage to powerful analytics, AI/ML and data sharing capabilities, all seamlessly integrated with Google Cloud’s open, secure, sustainable platform.
Drive innovation and unlock new business models
The continuous rise in the volume of data collected and generated by ISVs allows them to empower their customers, expand their partner ecosystem and unlock new revenue streams. Google Cloud provides simple and secure ways for ISVs to share the same datasets with all their customers or share only customer specific data through a data twin model.
Innovate, optimize and amplify with Google Cloud
Through the 'Built with BigQuery' initiative, we help ISVs further innovate, optimize and amplify their brand by providing dedicated access to Google Cloud experts and co-marketing support. Google Cloud engineering teams work closely for product design and optimization. In addition to free training, ISVs are enabled on architecture patterns and best practices.
"Built with Google’s data cloud, Exabeam’s limitless-scale cybersecurity platform helps enterprises respond to security threats faster and more accurately. We are able to ingest data from over 500 security vendors, convert into security events, and create a platform to store in a cost effective way. Google’s data cloud enables our customers to search multi-year data and detect threats in seconds."
Sanjay Chaudhary, VP of Products at Exabeam
"Our partnership with Google Cloud is helping us achieve our mission to build the next-generation supply chain operating system. Blume Maps, our digital twin of the supply chain world built with Google’s data cloud, allows our customers to generate accurate lead times, real-time shipment location and ETAs."
Pervinder Johar, CEO of Blume Global