Google Cloud on Tuesday is rolling out a new data orchestration tool called Cloud Composer. It’s based on Apache Airflow, an open-source project focused on workflows, created Airbnb.
In recent years, Google has made a concerted effort to win corporate clients and take on Amazon Web Services in the public cloud. It’s done so in part by offering a range of competitive cloud services and platform tools. However, that pitch to corporate clients “kind of falls apart if you don’t have a great way to orchestrate and tie these tools together,” James Maloney, a Google Cloud product manager, said to ZDNet.
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