Anomalo Expands Partnership with Google Cloud to Provide Its AI-Powered Data Quality Platform to Google Cloud Marketplace

Anomalo, the complete data quality platform company, is expanding its partnership with Google Cloud, along with making its platform available on Google Cloud Marketplace.

Anomalo provides organizations with a way to monitor the quality of the data stored or managed in Google Cloud’s BigQuery, AlloyDB, and Dataplex without writing code, configuring rules, or setting thresholds. 

Anomalo uses AI to automatically detect issues and understand their root-causes before anyone else, allowing teams to resolve any hiccups with their data before making decisions, running operations, or powering models, according to the company.

“We are keenly aligned with Google Cloud in our shared ambition to help enterprises trust the data they use to power their businesses. Data volumes are exploding, and our customers are choosing BigQuery and Dataplex to manage, monitor and develop data driven applications. Bringing Anomalo’s AI powered data quality monitoring to Google Cloud Marketplace was a no brainer as a next step in this partnership, and a massive win for our shared customers,” said Elliot Shmukler, co-founder and CEO of Anomalo.

Anomalo monitors data in BigQuery and AlloyDB and integrates with Dataplex to help enterprises resolve data quality issues faster.

Joint Anomalo and Google Cloud customers include Aritzia, BuzzFeed, and Keller Williams.

“Bringing Anomalo to Google Cloud Marketplace will help customers quickly deploy, manage, and grow the data quality platform on Google Cloud's trusted, global infrastructure," said Dai Vu, managing director, marketplace and ISV GTM programs at Google Cloud. “Anomalo can now securely scale and support customers on their digital transformation journeys.”

This move follows Anomalo’s announcement about the record demand for its data quality platform and a $33 million Series B round earlier this year, according to the company.

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