Cloud computing is rapidly expanding, with next-gen action on the horizon, app developers building data apps and infrastructure emerging. Meanwhile, everyone is talking about next-level generative artificial intelligence and the role of data in that space.
Enter Google Cloud and its new functionality for BigQuery, a serverless enterprise data warehouse product. Every journey in generative AI starts with data, which has prompted Google Cloud Platform to focus on moving beyond the data warehouse, according to Bruno Aziza (pictured), head of data and analytics at Google Cloud.
“The way we design BigQuery is way more than just a data warehouse. It’s an analytics system,” he said. “It’s what people want. What do I mean by that? It’s a system that handles any data, at any speed, that has embedded machine learning as a key principle.”
Aziza spoke with industry analyst John Furrier, during an exclusive interview with theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s livestreaming studio. They discussed how …