Google is building a global data platform in the Vodafone cloud
Google Cloud and Vodafone A six-year strategic agreement has been signed that will expand cooperation between the two companies, whose first goal will be to build a global data platform in the cloud for the operator.
The project will involve approximately 1,000 workers from both companies in Spain, UK, USA, And it will provide a service to workers in the 26 countries where the platform operates, according to Google.
With this agreement, Vodafone It plans to introduce new services as well as improve its data analytics, for example the ability to adapt the use of its networks to demand or improve its detection of network problems, among other functions.
To be able to publish these tasks, it is called a service Dynamo It will have the capacity to process around 50 terabytes of data per day.
Dynamo will be responsible for directing, extracting, encrypting and anonymizing all Vodafone data traffic from source to cloud and vice versa, making it possible to perform intelligent data analysis in order to generate efficiency and knowledge.
The British launcher will migrate the entire SAP environment to the cloud The Google It already includes 700 apps for this new platform.
The CTO of Vodafone, Johann Weberg, He noted that the company is “building a very strong foundation for a digital future”
“We have an enormous amount of data when we are able to process it and distribute it securely throughout our organization, using resources Vodafone And the engineering expertise of Google Cloud, we’ll transform our services, “Wibergh noted.
For his part, the CEO of the company said Google Cloud, Thomas Corian, He noted that using data and analyzes to deliver more differentiated experiences has become more important than ever during the current pandemic.
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