By Deepnote team on August 30, 2023
Deepnote Achieves Google Cloud Ready - AlloyDB
San Francisco, August 31, 2023 — Deepnote, a cutting-edge, AI first, collaborative data notebook has announced its successful designation as Google Cloud Ready - AlloyDB Designation for AlloyDB for PostgreSQL, Google Cloud’s newest fully managed PostgreSQL- compatible database service for most demanding enterprise database workloads.
Google Cloud Ready - AlloyDB is a new designation for the solutions of Google Cloud’s technology partners that integrate with AlloyDB. These partners have closely collaborated with Google Cloud to add support for AlloyDB into their solutions and tune their existing functionality for optimal outcomes. This designation recognizes the partner solutions that have met a core set of functional requirements and validated in collaboration with Google Cloud engineering teams.
By earning this designation, Deepnote has proven their product has met a core set of functional and interoperability requirements when integrating with AlloyDB. This designation enables customers to discover and have confidence that the Deepnote products they use today work well with AlloyDB or save time on evaluating them, if not already using.
Being part of the program, Deepnote get more opportunities to collaborate closely with Google Cloud partner engineering and AlloyDB teams to develop roadmaps
“The Google Cloud Ready-AlloyDB designation gives customers confidence that solutions have gone through a formal certification process and will deliver the best possible performance with AlloyDB,” said Ritika Suri, Director of Technology Partnerships at Google Cloud. “With Deepnote, customers can connect to all of their data in AlloyDB and transform, clean any data directly with SQL queries"
“Deepnote is thrilled to share the partnership with AlloyDB and attaining the esteemed designation of being Google Cloud Ready. This collaboration brings together two industry leaders to allow users to seamlessly query, explore, and present data pulled from AlloyDB in a beautiful notebook environment," said Jakub Jurovych, Founder and CEO of Deepnote. "We are delighted to both support and have the support of one of the leading cloud database solutions”
You can find out more about Deepnote and AlloyDB by visiting the Deepnote docs.
Deepnote is a collaborative data notebook that enables companies to seamlessly integrate analytics and data science into every business decision. Combining Python, SQL, and AI capabilities in a cloud-based environment, it allows for rapid iterations and easy sharing. With Deepnote's native integrations to popular warehouses, databases, and other tools, teams can create stunning visualizations, interactive dashboards, and build custom solutions to better serve their organization. Learn more at deepnote.com.
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