Cirata Data Migrator Lands on the Google Cloud Marketplace

Cirata, the company that automates Hadoop data transfer and integration to modern cloud analytics and AI platforms, announced that Cirata Data Migrator is now available on Google Cloud Marketplace—making it easier for joint customers to acquire the technology they need to migrate Hadoop data lakes across multi-cloud environments that include Google Cloud, while helping to optimize cloud spend.  

“We are delighted to bring Cirata’s data automation and integration capabilities to Google Cloud Marketplace,” said Chris Cochran, CRO Americas and head of global alliances, Cirata. “None of us can imagine a world without Google Cloud, specifically the wave that Google Cloud Marketplace is making. Cirata’s availability on Google Cloud Marketplace will support secure data automation and incorporation of AI platforms within the solution, further amplifying its power essential to hundreds of integrated applications.”

Cirata Data Migrator is a fully automated solution that moves on-premises HDFS data, Hive metadata, local filesystem, or cloud data sources to any cloud or on-premises environment, even while those datasets are under active change.

According to the company, Cirata Data Migrator requires zero changes to applications or business operations and moves data of any scale without production system downtime, business disruption, and with zero risk of data loss.

By making the solution available on Google Cloud Marketplace, customers benefit from increased migration scalability and security and achieve future readiness, agility, and efficiency in data automation and integration.

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

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