SQLstream Joins Google Cloud Platform Partner Program

July 25, 2012

COntinuous ETL connector enables real-time Big Data integration with Google's BigQuery.

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- SQLstream, the leading platform for real-time Big Data integration and analytics, today announced it has joined the Google Cloud Platform Partner Program as a Technology Partner with its release of the Continuous ETL connector for real-time Big Data integration with Google BigQuery.

SQLstream's continuous ETL is the key building block for powerful real-time Big Data solutions that integrate vast volumes of real-time streaming Big Data with historical trend information. SQLstream provides streaming integration for structured and unstructured data in real-time and on a massive scale, overcoming the poor scalability and high latency issues that are typical with traditional batch-based solutions. With SQLstream, organizations can act instantly on new information as it arrives, improving operational efficiency and driving new revenue opportunities.

"The Google Cloud Platform Partner Program enables us to integrate our product offerings for real-time Big Data with the power of the Google Cloud Platform," said Damian Black, SQLstream CEO. "SQLstream is the only real-time, streaming Big Data management platform that is built on the ANSI and ISO SQL standards, making it the perfect real-time complement for Google BigQuery. Our customers benefit from the power of the Google Cloud Platform while utilizing the same SQL skills to perform streaming Big Data integration with real-time analytics."

The Continuous ETL integration has already been deployed by Grupo Intech in Venezuela as an integral component of a SQLstream s-Transport and Google BigQuery solution for detecting road network traffic congestion in real-time using GPS data. "Understanding the quality and coverage offered by each of our GPS data providers is essential," said Marcelo Ricigliano Cantos, CEO of Grupo Intech. "Google BigQuery is updated continuously and in real-time by SQLstream s-Transport, and generates on-demand confidence indicators as to GPS data quality and reliability."

"To help customers get the most out of our cloud platform products," explains Eric Morse, Head of Sales and Business Development, for Google's Cloud Platform, "we work closely with technology companies, like SQLstream, that provide powerful complementary solutions integrated with our platform."

Google's Cloud Platform products enable customers to implement:

  • Cloud app solutions, such as mobile apps, social apps, business process apps, and websites, using Google App Engine and Google Cloud SQL.
  • Cloud storage solutions, such as high-end backup and recovery, active archiving, global file sharing/collaboration, and primary SAN/NAS, using Google Cloud Storage.
  • Large-scale computing solutions, such as batch processing, data processing and high performance computing using Google Compute Engine.
  • Big data solutions, such as interactive tools, trend detection and BI dashboards, using Google BigQuery and Google Prediction API.

About SQLstream
SQLstream Inc. is the leading standards-based platform for integrating and analyzing streaming Big Data, forging real-time competitive advantage from live service, system and sensor data. SQLstream's standards-based, distributed and scalable architecture uses industry standard SQL for the rapid analysis of high volume, real-time data streams. Standards mean lower costs, proven performance and seamless integration. With SQLstream, our customers are turbo-charging their Big Data environments for real-time, and responding with confidence to business exceptions based on accurate, up to the second information. SQLstream is headquartered in San Francisco.

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