On Tuesday, Google Cloud reported that it will secure the Israeli startup Alooma, its first procurement plan since Thomas Kurian took the reins as the new CEO.
Alooma, which was established in 2013 and now situated in Redwood City, California, is an enterprise information pipeline stage, which implies it enables clients migrate data cloud. The money related terms of the arrangement were not uncovered.
The obtaining is the first publicly declared arrangement since Kurian, an Oracle veteran, supplanted Diane Greene as the head of Google’s cloud business toward the beginning of the year. There has been developing speculation inside the industry that Kurian will search for big-ticket acquisitions to help Google get up to speed to Amazon Web Services and Microsoft in the lucrative cloud business.
Simply last Tuesday, Kurian talked about how Google Cloud intends to extend its sales group and refocus on vertical industries to go after more enterprise clients. With Alooma, Google Cloud would like to attract more enterprise clients and move them onto its cloud, giving them access to its database, analytics, security and artificial intelligence services.
“One of the things we’re most excited about with Alooma is the deep expertise for both enterprise and open source databases that their team brings to Google Cloud, which will be critical in helping us build out additional migration capabilities within Google Cloud Platform,” Amit Ganesh, VP of engineering at Google, and Dominic Preuss, director of product management at Google Cloud Platform, wrote in an announcement.
With this securing, Google Cloud additionally plans to grow its footprint in Israel. In May, Google Cloud reported it would obtain Velostrata, an Israeli cloud migration startup.
Alooma has just been a partner of Google Cloud with integrations for Google Ads, Google Analytics, Cloud Spanner, and BigQuery.
“From the very beginning we’ve been humbled to serve thousands of customers and partners, and grateful for the trust they’ve placed in us. We believe that as part of Google Cloud – bringing together the best-in-class data migration and integration services – we can make our customers and partners even more data driven and successful,” Alooma cofounders CEO Yoni Broyde and CTO Yair Weinberger wrote in an announcement.