Data Management

CData Software Achieves Google Cloud Ready – AlloyDB Designation

CData strengthens partnership with Google Cloud by providing hundreds of real-time integrations with the new PostgreSQL-compatible database service

CData Software, a leading provider of real-time data connectivity solutions, today announced that it has successfully achieved the Google Cloud Ready – AlloyDB designation for Google Cloud’s newest PostgreSQL-compatible fully managed database service, AlloyDB.

CData is powering the next generation of data-driven business by enabling organizations to simplify data connectivity in the cloud, eliminate data silos, and break down barriers to business insights. CData provides real-time connectivity solutions that ingest live data from more than 250 applications, systems, and data sources directly into AlloyDB for analytics, reporting, and other business initiatives.

The Google Cloud Ready – AlloyDB designation is a new designation for the solutions of Google Cloud’s technology partners that integrate with AlloyDB. As a launch partner for AlloyDB, CData has closely collaborated with Google Cloud to add support for AlloyDB into its connectivity solutions, including CData Connect Cloud, and CData ODBC and JDBC Drivers.

“AlloyDB provides a fast, easy, and cost-effective way for organizations to shift their on-prem PostgreSQL databases to the cloud using Google Cloud’s high-performance cloud infrastructure,” said Amit Sharma, CData co-founder and CEO. “With our joint solutions, teams can more easily lift and shift all kinds of data management workloads to the cloud to take advantage of superior performance, scale, and availability without taxing IT resources.”

This designation proves CData’s real-time connectivity solutions have met a core set of functional and interoperability requirements and refined documentation to ensure mutual customers can easily onboard and quickly get started integrating their data within AlloyDB. With this validation from Google Cloud engineering teams, current CData customers gain further confidence in their connectivity solution, and those evaluating AlloyDB integration possibilities can move forward with CData knowing they are choosing the best offering for functional, powerful integration.

“We’re pleased to recognize CData as Cloud Ready – AlloyDB,” said Ritika Suri, Director, Technology Partnerships at Google Cloud. “We’re committed to an open ecosystem of data partners, and CData’s solution for data connectivity provides more choice and capability for customers while helping more people access and utilize data, wherever it is stored.”

This announcement follows closely on the heels of CData’s Google Cloud Ready designation for BigQuery designation in April 2022, after introducing CData Connect Cloud, the industry’s first consolidated real-time cloud data connectivity platform.

Learn more about CData’s expertise with Google AlloyDB here. To learn more about Google Cloud Ready – AlloyDB and its benefits, visit here.

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