GOOGLE CLOUD DATA PLATFORM

REALNETS IS YOUR CERTIFIED PARTNER IN GOOGLE MIGRATION AND DEPLOYMENT
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An integrated, NoOps Big Data Platform for building scalable, secure and reliable data-driven applications to help you transform your business and user experiences with data.

Innovation:

Google has led the industry with innovations such as MapReduce, Cloud BigTable and Dremel. Today, we’re pushing the next generation of innovation with products like TensorFlow for Machine Learning and Cloud Dataflow for Real-time data processing.

Productivity:

We provide a truly NoOps Big Data platform removing the complexity of building and maintaining a Big Data system so you can focus on what really matters; finding valuable insights to deliver great user experiences.

Completeness:

We offer a proven, integrated end to end solution that lets you capture, process, store and analyze your data within a single platform, and lets you combine cloud-native services and open source tools as needed.

Cost Effectiveness:

Our Data Platform provides clear cost benefits by removing the cost of operational work and optimizing your infrastructure based on your needs. You pay only for what you use and you can manage your costs based on project needs.

Big Data Reference Architecture

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WITH GOOGLE DRIVE FOR WORK, YOUR EMPLOYEES CAN COLLABORATE ANYWHERE, ANYTIME, ON ANY DEVICE.

Over 5 million businesses have gone Google. Google Drive for Work includes unlimited storage for everything important.

Sync all your files across all your employees’ favorite smartphones and tablets. So they can access work whenever they need it.

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If you had told me a year ago that we would accomplish this in six weeks, I would have thought you were joking. What we’ve been doing thus far would not be possible without Google Cloud Platform.

Neil Palmer, CTO
FIS Advanced Technology

Thanks to Google Cloud Platform, we can hire engineers to add value by solving real business problems and leave the cloud data infrastructure to Google.

Paul Clarke, Director of IT
Ocado Technology