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Databricks Now Live on Google Cloud for Customers in APAC

Databricks Now Live on Google Cloud for Customers in APAC

The move will help businesses in Southeast Asia to leverage the Databricks lakehouse platform

Databricks has said that it is now available on Google Cloud for customers in Asia Pacific, including locations in Singapore and Sydney. This availability means that businesses in Southeast Asia can build a lakehouse capable of data engineering, data science, machine learning, and analytics on Google Cloud's global, scalable, and elastic network.

“Databricks continues to make significant investments in building our local capabilities in Singapore to meet the future needs of Southeast Asia’s rapidly growing data and AI communities,” said Andrew Martin, Head of South Asia, Databricks. “From fast-growing digital natives to large global enterprises, we continue to see incredible demand across the region. We are excited to work with Google to help accelerate our customers’ data and AI journey in this region together.”

Many customers today leverage Databricks lakehouse platform on Google Cloud. Now, the expansion of this partnership in Southeast Asia shows how the customers are working on adopting the modern lakehouse architecture and accelerate their cloud data strategy.

Databricks on Google Cloud in Singapore will enable more flexibility and data locality choices for customers, and delivers enhanced performance and scalability while guaranteeing local data residency requirements.

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