By Jakub on August 28, 2023
Deepnote Achieves Google Cloud Ready - BigQuery Designation
San Francisco, 8/28/23 — Deepnote, a cutting-edge, AI first, collaborative data notebook has announced its successful designation as Google Cloud Ready for BigQuery. These designations recognize Deepnote’s ability to leverage Google Cloud to deliver powerful, scalable, and secure analytics capabilities to their customers.
Google Cloud Ready - BigQuery is a partner integration validation program that intends to increase the customer confidence in partner integrations into BigQuery. As part of this initiative, Google Cloud engineering teams validate partner integrations into BigQuery in a three phase process - Run a series of integration tests and compare results against benchmarks, work closely with partners to fill any gaps and refine documentation for our mutual customers.
By earning this designation, Deepnote has proven their product has met a core set of functional and interoperability requirements when integrating with BigQuery. This designation enables customers to discover and have confidence that the Deepnote products they use today work well with BigQuery or save time on evaluating them, if not already using.
Being part of the program, Deepnote gets more opportunities to collaborate closely with Google Cloud partner engineering and BigQuery teams to develop roadmaps.
"The Google Cloud Ready-BigQuery designation gives customers confidence that solutions have gone through a formal certification process and will deliver the best possible performance with BigQuery,” said Ritika Suri, Director of Technology Partnerships at Google Cloud. “With Deepnote, customers can query to all their data in BigQuery and leverage Deepnote's notebook experience to transform, clean, and analyze data"
“Deepnote is thrilled to share the partnership with BigQuery 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 BigQuery in a beautiful notebook environment," said Jakub Jurovych, Founder and CEO of Deepnote. "We are delighted to both support and have the support of BigQuery's highly-scalable and performant data warehouse.”
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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