first_imgTechnology company Google Cloud has launched BigOmni Query, a multi-cloud analysis tool, to ease customers’ data transfer and processing in hybrid cloud computing.The software allows customers to access and analyze data from Google Cloud and Amazon Web Services (AWS) through a single interface. The service will also be available for Microsoft’s Azure in the coming future.“Moving data from multiple clouds is troublesome and expensive. To overcome this, we invest in multi-cloud fields to democratize data accessibility, whatever cloud service providers customers use,” said Google Cloud general manager and vice president of engineering Debanjan Saha on Tuesday during the opening of Google Cloud Next OnAir event. She went on to say that customers could move the data through BigQuery Omni without having to pay data transfer fees from other cloud services providers.Google Cloud Indonesia country director Megawaty Khie said companies were increasingly adopting hybrid cloud options, creating demand for simple multi-cloud solutions that enabled them to work with their existing infrastructure.“The launch of BigQuery Omni is an important milestone that demonstrates our strategy in helping customers operate efficiently in a multi-cloud environment,” she said.  Google Cloud, which is available in more than 150 countries, also announced its confidential computing portfolio which encrypts data while in use or while in transit, ensuring customers’ data security.“We are sure that the future of cloud computing will be about private and encrypted services, which give customers more control and privacy over their data,” Megawaty added.The company’s security general manager and VP Sunil Potti said various industries such as financial services, health care and government were often bound by complex and strict regulations on data privacy, making it difficult for them to adopt multi-cloud solutions.“Our confidential computing will help them to use cloud technology innovations while simplifying security operations,” he said.Topics :last_img

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