Incorta, the real-time business analytics company, is partnering with Google Cloud as part of several initiatives surrounding cloud computing and analytics deployments. The collaboration is aimed at helping companies move their business application and enterprise resource planning data into the cloud.
The partnerships include Incorta validating its technology through the Google Cloud Ready - BigQuery and AlloyDB initiatives.
“Companies want to move their data into the cloud so they can take advantage of it, but this can be problematic for ERP data that comes from a wide mix of complex and connected systems. Getting that data into the cloud requires a dedicated approach and understanding of how these systems connect with each other, while keeping their data fresh and accurate over time and ensuring teams can work with it quickly in a trusted environment,” explained Ashwin Warrier, vice president of product, Incorta. “At Incorta, we are pleased to make that journey to the cloud easier through our integrations with Google Cloud BigQuery and AlloyDB, helping our customers take advantage of the cloud around ERP data, carry out operations in real time and support the kinds of decision making that business leaders want to make in today’s business environment.”
Google Cloud’s BigQuery is a serverless enterprise data warehouse that works across clouds and supports both real-time and predictive analytics. Incorta makes it easier to get data into BigQuery and provide analytics around ERP data.
Incorta’s open data delivery platform is purpose-built for acquiring, processing, analyzing, and presenting business applications data, allowing companies to get their data into the cloud and use that information faster and more efficiently. Incorta’s approach complements how companies implement their systems, so that it can support the most complex cloud and hybrid environments that are in place, according to the company.
With Incorta Direct Data Mapping, companies can preprocess their raw data to determine all potential query paths, enabling them to carry out ultra-fast queries on normalized data models without data reshaping or data transformations.
“Companies want to work with partners that can help them create new value from their data, and services like BigQuery and AlloyDB make it easier for those teams to use their data effectively,” said Ritika Suri, director, technology partnerships at Google Cloud. “Achieving Google Cloud Ready - BigQuery and AlloyDB statuses shows that Incorta’s integration will help companies achieve those results in their work around data and improve their decisions across their organizations.”
As part of the BigQuery validation initiative, Incorta has completed the evaluation and enhancement activities to ensure that the companies’ solutions deliver against best practices and performance benchmarks.
Incorta and Google Cloud have also collaborated to refine existing documentation to enable customers around successfully working with the companies’ solutions.
Google Cloud’s AlloyDB is a fully-managed, PostgreSQL-compatible database service for enterprise database workloads based on one of the most popular open-source database engines, PostgreSQL, for superior performance, scale, and availability.
By achieving the Google Cloud Ready designation for AlloyDB, Incorta has proven their product has met a core set of functional and interoperability requirements when integrating with AlloyDB and refined documentation for ease of onboarding by our mutual customers.
Using Incorta, companies can get their ERP data into AlloyDB from the ERP data sources and then use the combination of Incorta and AlloyDB to provide users with more analytics and visualization capabilities, according to the vendors.
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