The next-generation cloud analytics platform from GoodData, a pioneer in data and analytics infrastructure, has gone generally available on Amazon Web Services (AWS). GoodData Cloud on AWS focuses on adoption simplicity, API-first architecture, and interaction with the current data stack.
“As companies move their data to cloud data warehouses and data lakes, they need easy access to cloud analytics infrastructure. This infrastructure needs to enable them to mine their data for real-time insights and deliver these insights across all digital workspaces or systems of work”, “We are excited to work with AWS on this launch. The global availability of GoodData Cloud on AWS allows us to deliver scalable analytics services that follow the local laws and compliance regulations worldwide.” Roman Stanek, Founder and CEO, GoodData
GoodData Cloud brings these key innovations to the market:
- Instant access — no installation or credit card required
- Data source querying in real-time without the need to move data
- Creation of visualizations and dashboards with a drag-and-drop user interface
- Self-service analytics integrated into customer applications
- Analytics consumption via open APIs and standard protocols
The completely managed, open, and API-first GoodData Cloud analytics platform already has pre-integrated connections to cutting-edge analytics services like Snowflake, Amazon Redshift, and Dremio. Along with providing out-of-the-box multi-tenancy, compliance, and sophisticated security, GoodData cloud also provides a wide range of APIs, Software Development Kits (SDK), and low-code/no-code user engagement tools from dashboards to data exploration.
“We are excited about the new features available in GoodData’s Cloud solution, and the possible new markets that it allows us to start digging into short-term,” Diego Guedes, Business Intelligence Analyst at the largest technology company in Brazil, TOTVS
“GoodData enables enterprises to build custom analytics solutions through interactive dashboards, drag-and-drop UI, and real-time data to make data-informed decisions or monetize data products. We are excited to work with a customer-focused, forward-thinking analytics organization on launching their new cloud platform,” Howard Wright, VP, Global Head of Start Ups at AWS