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Attunity Launches Data Migration Solution for Google Cloud SQL

Attunity_logoAttunity Ltd. (NASDAQ: ATTU), a leading provider of Big Data management software solutions, announced today a new cloud solution, Attunity CloudBeam for Google Cloud SQL.  Released in conjunction with today’s announcement on the general availability of Google Cloud SQL, Attunity CloudBeam accelerates transfer between on-premises enterprise data sources and Google Cloud SQL. Customers can leverage this solution to enable cloud-based Business Intelligence and Big Data analytics applications.

Wikibon forecasts that one-third of all IT spending will move to the public cloud within 10 years, with database and storage services currently being the fastest-growing segments of IaaS and PaaS markets,” said Brian Gracely, Senior Analyst at Wikibon. “As more customers move applications and data to the Google Cloud Platform, it’s critical to have advanced SQL database services, world-class network connections and granular control over data protection.  Customers want to work with public clouds that will help them move quickly to the digital platforms of the future.”

Moving data to the cloud quickly and easily continues to be an industry-wide challenge. Attunity and Google have collaborated on this strategic initiative to help customers overcome data transfer hurdles by making the end-to-end data integration process seamless and significantly improving the speed of moving data to the cloud.

The new Google Cloud SQL service is a fully-managed MySQL database that lives in Google’s cloud. The latest generation of Cloud SQL service is easy to use, doesn’t require any software installation or maintenance, and scales effortlessly for applications with high data volumes that need high performance. Attunity CloudBeam empowers enterprises with its high-performance database replication and high-speed data transfer technologies that migrate data from a wide range of on-premises databases – including Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, IBM DB2, and Sybase – to Google Cloud SQL.

We are pleased to collaborate with Google Cloud Platform on enabling database solutions,” said Itamar Ankorion, Executive Vice President of Business Development and Corporate Strategy at Attunity. “Attunity CloudBeam addresses a critical need in reducing the complexity involved in moving data to the Cloud. We look forward to continuing to work with the Google Cloud Platform team to drive cloud adoption.”

 

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