What is Google Cloud?

Google Cloud Platform (GCP)

Google Cloud, also referred to as the Google Cloud Platform (GCP),  is a suite of cloud computing services provided by Google. It offers a wide range of infrastructure and platform services that enable organizations to build, deploy, and scale applications and services on Google’s infrastructure. Google Cloud provides services such as computing power, storage, networking, machine learning, data analytics, and more.

With Google Cloud, businesses can leverage the power of Google’s global network and data centers to run their applications and store their data securely. It offers a flexible and scalable infrastructure that can accommodate the needs of small startups to large enterprises.  Google Cloud also provides various tools and services for developers, data scientists, and IT professionals to build, manage, and analyze their applications and data. It integrates with other Google products and services, such as Google Workspace (formerly G Suite), Google BigQuery, and Google AI Platform, to provide a comprehensive cloud solution.

RM Dayton Analytics partners with Google Cloud to supercharge analytics for businesses. Looker is deeply integrated with Google Cloud’s product family and is available as a Google Cloud service. It can be accessed from the Google Cloud console and offers direct connectivity to BigQuery or Snowflake datasets and more. This integration allows users to connect to Looker’s semantic model and analyze, explore, and visualize data in Looker Studio. Looker also provides a unified and accurate view of data on one platform, complying with various security and privacy standards.  Schedule a use case consultation to discuss Google Cloud at https://www.rmdayton.com/portfolio/looker-partner/.

Looker provides advanced analytics tools, processes, and techniques that help companies rise to the challenges of changing consumer behaviors and innovations in big data, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. Looker fits on top of existing stacks, including BigQuery, Snowflake, and other SQL sources, leveraging current investments while infusing new, relevant data. It offers a unified and accurate view of data on one platform, with enterprise-grade encryption, administration, user permissions, and content management.

Overall, Google Cloud enables organizations to leverage the benefits of cloud computing, such as scalability, reliability, and cost-efficiency, to accelerate their digital transformation and drive innovation.  GCP provides a secure and scalable infrastructure for businesses to run their applications and store their data in the cloud.