We are excited to announce today that Rivery successfully achieved Google Cloud Ready – BigQuery, a designation geared to help our mutual customers use our complimentary platforms with full confidence.
Achieving this designation means our products have met a core set of functional and interoperability requirements when integrating with BigQuery. This enables customers to discover and have full confidence that Rivery products they use today work well with BigQuery or save time on evaluating them.
In addition, being part of the program, Rivery will cement its partnership with Google Cloud as a partner, getting more opportunities to collaborate closely with Google Cloud engineering and BigQuery teams to develop joint initiatives and align our product roadmaps.
Google Cloud Ready – BigQuery is a partner integration validation program that was created to increase customer confidence in partner integrations into BigQuery. As part of this initiative, Google engineering teams validate partner integrations into BigQuery in a three phase process. Firstly, Google runs a series of data integration tests and compares results against benchmarks. Secondly, it works closely with partners to fill any gaps. Thirdly, documentation is refined for our mutual customers.
Google Cloud has been a key partner for Rivery and our relationship has flourished over the past years, to deliver improve joined value to our mutual customers. Since 2020, Google Cloud customers can directly access Rivery via Google Cloud Marketplace, making it incredibly simple to connect both platforms and get started right away.
In addition, with the 2021 launch of Rivery Kits, Google Cloud users have access to pre-engineered data workflows for popular use cases such as Marketing Analytics, Social Media Analytics and Google Analytics. All these initiatives help data teams create their perfect data stack without wasting time or resources trying to access and align data from numerous sources.
In the words of Manvinder Singh, Director, Partnerships at Google Cloud: “Businesses are increasingly bringing partner platforms like Rivery together with BigQuery to form their data stacks, and we’re delighted to partner with Rivery to make it very easy for these customers to bring data into BigQuery for analysis and to inform decision-making.”
You can read the full official announcement here.