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HCL brings its hybrid Cloud data warehouse to Google Cloud
IT major HCL Technologies on Wednesday said it is bringing its hybrid Cloud data warehouse offering, Actian Avalanche, to Google Cloud in a bid to enable businesses derive maximum value from their data.
The move comes after the two companies decided to expand their strategic partnership to help organisations digitally transform.
'Actian Avalanche' is a high-performance hybrid Cloud data warehouse designed to power an enterprise's most demanding operational analytics workloads.
It enables a seamless path to migrate legacy data warehouses, including IBM Netezza and Oracle Exadata, to Google Cloud, through a hybrid-Cloud offering leveraging Google Cloud's Anthos application platform.
"The integration between Google Cloud and HCL Actian Avalanche will enable customers to gain real-time insights from their operational data at a significantly lower total cost of ownership," Raghu Chakravarthi, Chief Product Officer, Actian, said in a statement.
"This will deliver improved business performance and the ability to increase business agility, mitigate risk and secure material cost savings in today's demanding business environment."
HCL's Actian Avalanche hybrid Cloud data warehouse has been deployed by Fortune 500 customers to deliver powerful insights to manage business complexities for a variety of use cases, including fraud detection, real-time offers and market basket analysis.
Avalanche delivers a fully managed hybrid Cloud data warehouse service designed from the ground up to deliver breakthrough performance, scale and concurrency for data-driven enterprises.
"It's critical that businesses are able to derive maximum value from their data, and we're proud to expand our partnership with HCL to help them do so," said Avanish Sahai, Vice President, Partnerships, Google Cloud.
"Bringing its Actian portfolio to Google Cloud will enable HCL's enterprise customers to migrate and modernize legacy data warehouses and leverage Google Cloud's global network, performance and scale," he said.