GigaSpaces, the provider of InsightEdge, the fastest in-memory real-time analytics processing platform, announced that they are providing their in-memory computing platform, InsightEdge as a managed service on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). With a single click, customers can deploy InsightEdge to seamlessly introduce new applications that need to ingest, process and analyze streaming, hot and cold historical data at extreme speed and scale with zero management overhead.

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Using InsightEdge on GigaSpaces Cloud, services and applications can query data from any source for a real-time 360 view; quickly connecting all structured, semi-structured and unstructured data to gain a holistic view of the business.

InsightEdge on GigaSpaces Cloud provides one-click connectivity to any database, interactive SQL queries, quick access to data lakes, connectors to business intelligence applications, data visualization, multi-region replication, and many more advanced features all at the speed and scale required for time-sensitive data-driven decisions.

“We are excited to join forces with Google Cloud to provide easy access and a fully automated InsightEdge service,” said Yoav Einav, VP Product at GigaSpaces. “Simplifying deployment and management while ensuring a no-downtime service, will help our customers leverage their data; running analytics and ML models at the speed and scale required for real-time decision making.”

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“Businesses around the world are looking to the cloud to transform, scale and improve their operations and we are committed to helping them reach those goals,” said Boaz Maoz, Country Director, Google Cloud Israel. “GigaSpaces Cloud on Google Cloud will help our mutual customers to drive their own digital transformation initiatives, improve business performance through better data analytics, while also allowing them to maintain a high level of customer experience and adapt to changing regulatory environments.”