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Cloud BigTable

Cloud BigTable


What is Cloud BigTable?

Google's Cloud Bigtable is a fully managed, scalable NoSQL database service for large analytical and operational workloads with up to 99.999% availability.

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  • $0.03 per month
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What is Cloud BigTable?

Cloud BigTable Technical Details

Deployment TypesSoftware as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationNo
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Score 9 out of 10
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Analytics for big data is our biggest use case for Google Cloud's BigTable platform. It is efficient enough to read, handle and analyse TBs of data under unbelievable times.

Majorly, we have a lot of data captured from customer interactions with our applications which is required to be processed and analysed for gaining benefits from those data sets. Now, this data is so huge as it is accumulated every minute from each applications. Our traditional systems cannot process them all that once, and even if we can do slotting and then anaylse them, it will take longer durations and with that new data is ready to be consumed. So as to solve this problem, we started working on BigTable which has huge capabilities and Google's analytical skills. Its efficient and most importantly - fast!
  • Analytics: is at Google's heart. No on can beat Google in this space and BigTable is one of its implementation of this. The insights you gain from BigTable are simply usable in your day to day activities and can help you make real difference.
  • Speed: Processing TBs and PBs of data under minutes needs real efficient platform which is capable of doing much more than just processing data. All this data cannot be processed by a single machine, but rather huge pairs of machines working in conjuction with each other. BigTable's implementation is one of the finest and allows you achieve great speeds!
  • Interface: is great. Google has segregated required task under logically placed buttons which takes no time by users to understand and get habituated.
  • User interface's responsiveness: I understand so much is going on under the hood, but laggyness is acceptable if a workload is running or being processed. In case their is not workload being process, GUI should work blazing fast. I have faced this at times, and this becomes frustrating as well.
  • Nothing other than this - BigTable is quite efficient platform and does exactly what it is built for.
Google Bigtable is ONLY suited for massive data sets which scale PetaBytes and TerraBytes. Anything under this can easily be done via dedicated VMs and open source tools.
Google Bigtable is expensive and shall be used wisely. It should be utilised only where it is well suited else you would simply be wasting dollars and not utilizing its full benefits.
Database-as-a-Service (5)
Automatic software patching
Database scalability
Automated backups
Database security provisions
Monitoring and metrics
  • Positive return on investment.
Google provides premium support services for BigTable which is absolutely blazing fast similar to Bigtable's performance.
For big IT firms like us, data is very important and it only holds its value if it can make sense to us. Therefore, Bigtable's usability is priceless when it comes to decision making based on data.
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