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ISG to Publish Reports on Google Cloud Ecosystem

Upcoming ISG Provider Lens reports will evaluate service providers enabling new enterprise capabilities through Google Cloud Platform

Information Services Group (ISG), a leading global technology research and advisory firm, has launched a research study evaluating service providers that help enterprises take full advantage of Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

“These enterprises seek assistance from the Google Cloud community of global systems integrators (GSIs), IT managed services and consulting providers and ISVs.”

The study results will be published in a comprehensive series of ISG Provider Lens™ reports, called Google Cloud Partner Ecosystem, scheduled to be released in June. The geographically focused reports will cover companies offering support for implementation and integration, data analytics and machine learning, managed services, SAP workloads and Google Workspace services.

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Enterprise buyers will be able to use information from the reports to evaluate their current vendor relationships, potential new engagements and available offerings, while ISG advisors use the information to recommend providers to the firm’s buy-side clients.

Google Cloud’s technology capabilities and services have advanced considerably in recent years, supporting complex big data workloads and analytics-driven applications for leading enterprises. The company has significantly advanced application modernization by developing Kubernetes and development tools, as well as assets in data analytics and ML.

“Many enterprises struggle to fully integrate and capitalize on the Google Cloud suite of technology,” said Jan Erik Aase, partner and global leader, ISG Provider Lens Research. “These enterprises seek assistance from the Google Cloud community of global systems integrators (GSIs), IT managed services and consulting providers and ISVs.”

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ISG has distributed surveys to more than 175 Google Cloud service partners. Working in collaboration with ISG’s global advisors, the research team will produce five quadrants representing the Google Cloud services the typical enterprise is buying, based on ISG’s experience working with its clients. The five quadrants are:

  • Implementation and Integration Services, evaluating GSIs and IT providers offering migration, implementation, modernization and integration services for data workloads and applications on Google Cloud. These services include design, build and migration services, developing cloud-native applications, support for hybrid and multi-cloud deployments, data security and governance and developing data science capabilities and ML tools.
  • Data Analytics and Machine Learning, assessing providers that showcase strongly differentiated capabilities in leveraging big data technologies and ML, especially in bleeding-edge deep learning algorithms and API libraries available and accessible through Google Cloud. Solutions include use cases for computer vision and conversational AI.
  • Managed Services, covering providers of services that augment the built-in capabilities of Google Cloud, including IaaS and PaaS. These professional and managed services include orchestration, provisioning, real-time and predictive analytics and monitoring and managing public cloud and multi-cloud environments. Providers typically use a high degree of automation to maximize performance, reduce costs and ensure compliance and security.
  • SAP Workloads, evaluating service providers that use Google Cloud as a hardware replacement or extension for SAP systems, combining their services with those of Google and SAP. Providers must have strong relationships with Google Cloud and SAP and demonstrate how they have helped clients run SAP and related enterprise technology stacks across different workloads to leverage the Google Cloud ecosystem.
  • Workspace Services, assessing GSIs and IT providers supporting clients’ adoption and use of Google Workspace, the suite of Google productivity and collaboration tools including Gmail, Meet, Chat and Drive. Leading providers offer training and change management in addition to advisory, migration and integration services.

Geographically focused reports from the study will cover the global Google Cloud ecosystem and examine products and services available in Asia Pacific, Brazil, Europe and the U.S. ISG analysts Ashwin Gaidhani (Asia Pacific), Adriana Frantz (Brazil), Mark Purdy (Europe) and Tapati Bandopadhyay (U.S.) will serve as authors of the report.

A list of identified providers and vendors and further details on the study are available in this digital brochure. Companies not listed as Google Cloud partners can contact ISG and ask to be included in the study.

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