CloudQuery has joined the Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program as a Build Partner. Being part of the Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program will enable CloudQuery to build and service more customer needs relating to Google Cloud, including security, cost optimization, infrastructure, and development.
Google Cloud Build Partners are companies that create solutions that integrate with or run on Google Cloud to complement or enhance Google Cloud products. Additionally, Partner solutions are qualified by Google Cloud and authorized prior to becoming recognized as a member of the Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program.
From this partnership program, we're looking forward to continued value delivery to customers by extracting, transforming, and loading data from Google Cloud APIs to a variety of supported destinations that include databases, data lakes, and streaming platforms for further analysis. CloudQuery supports multiple use cases built on top of this data platform including security, cost optimization, infrastructure, and development.
We have an exciting roadmap ahead of new features and improvements. Stay tuned!
How CloudQuery works with Google Cloud
CloudQuery supports the following GCP source plugins:
CloudQuery supports the following Google Cloud-related destination plugins:
Hosting CloudQuery in Google Cloud
CloudQuery can be hosted in Google Cloud. Below are examples of how to get CloudQuery running in Google Cloud:
Policies and Dashboards
CloudQuery supports additional compliance frameworks including:
CloudQuery supports these compliance frameworks for multiple destinations including Snowflake, BigQuery, and PostgreSQL.
Please see our links for policies and dashboards for more information about these offerings:
CloudQuery supports multiple use cases including security, cost optimization, infrastructure, and development. Below is a sampling of the use cases that can be built with CloudQuery and Google Cloud:
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