The use of data has become indispensable for companies in recent years. In the case of Spain, the National Observatory of Technology and Society conducted a study on “Use of digital technologies by companies in Spain 2022» where it was concluded that “Choosing Big Data equals better income«. However, 70% say they collect data faster than they can analyze and use it, according to 2021 report The Data Paradox.
Google presented a solution to this problem at its recent Cloud Next event. The tool of BigQuery, is a serverless enterprise data warehouse that provides a space to connect teams and help them work with data. In addition, this new solution is called BigQuery StudioData teams can edit SQL, Python, Spark, and other languages to easily perform petabyte-scale analysis without additional infrastructure management effort.
“Shopify has invested in hiring a team with a broad range of skills to stay at the forefront of data science and engineering trends. When we first tested BigQuery Studio, we liked Google’s ability to connect different tools for different users in a simplified interface. “We see this as an opportunity to reduce friction on our team without sacrificing the scalability we expect from BigQuery.” – Zac Roberts, Head of Data Engineering, Shopify.
A solution that will be well received by teams working on artificial intelligence, as it facilitates the teams’ tasks by unifying structured business data with unstructured data, and also helps to provide secure access without moving it Need to become. You don’t have to wait long for the start because It will be available at the end of the week.
New features will continue to be introduced in the coming months. The partnership is currently in place with Hex, Deepnote and Jupyter.
BigQuery Studio is a solution that demonstrates how Google continues to leverage enterprise adoption of AI in the cloud to further increase their profits. According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Spending Guide on Public Cloud Software and Services, only in Europe’s spending on public cloud services will reach $148 billion in 2023 and will reach $258 billion in 2026.