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8 Public Cloud Trends And Strategies To Watch In 2020

‘If a partner for 2020 really can work on the data strategy—building the data lake and the data warehouse and helping a customer define their data strategy and executing on that—I think they're going to be the long-term winners,' says Sandy Carter, an AWS vice president who leads its public sector partners and programs.

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Democratization Of Technology

“We're going to see technology continue to be more accessible and democratized overall,” Gearhart said.

Google’s corporate mission is to “organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful,” and Google Cloud is building on that by helping customers unlock and access infrastructure they otherwise couldn't use, according to Gearhart.

“I see that as culminating now in terms of some of the things that we're doing with AutoML, places where we're taking that to the next level of innovation that's not requiring deep data scientists to continue to benefit,” she said. “It's really unlocking that. As someone who is responsible for partners here at Google, I see this super concretely.”

Gearhart referenced Quantiphi, an AI/ML solution provider based in Marlborough, Mass., that was named Google Cloud’s Machine Learning Partner of the Year last April.

“It's a great example of ... companies that are being started out of the types of opportunity Google Cloud has unlocked, and they've been further built by what we've been able to do from an AI perspective,” she said. [Quantiphi co-founder Asif Hasan has] got a super interesting origin story on how his business was really enabled by the set of opportunities that were unlocked by hyper-scalers and specifically GCP [Google Cloud Platform] and the edge that we had on data and ML. Having compute and storage available on-demand was a key part of him being able to found his company because it didn't require a massive investment right up front to be able to have access to that. The pivotal point for him and his business where Google's open strategy really played a role was the open-source movement.”

 
 
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