Google recently announced its US expansion plans for 2019, and the company is already launching these plans with a new acquisition.
The company is planning to provide the moving company Alooma that helps companies consolidate their data from multiple sources into a data warehouse.
At the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference in San Francisco this month, the new Google Cloud Chief Thomas Kurian suggested the possibility of new acquisitions in the cloud: "You will see us accelerate growth even faster than we have to date." 19659002] When the skyscraper gets up, the company appears to be ready to complete its arsenal to better compete against AWS and Microsoft Azure in the sky.
Neither Google nor Alooma have disclosed any financial details of the acquisition, but it will probably be a relatively small purchase for the search giant.
Alooma, based in Israel and California, has increased about $ 1
In a blog post that announced its intention to buy Alooma, Google explained Cloud's Amit Ganesh and Dominic Preuss why the company is a natural fit to become part of Google, says:
"Here in Google Cloud we are committed to help business customers easily and securely transfer their data to our platform, subject to final terms by the addition of Alooma is a natural form that allows us to provide customers with a streamlined, automated Google Cloud migration experience and access them Our entire range of database services, from managed open source database solutions to solutions such as Cloud Spanner and Cloud Bigtable. "