Cohesity announces partnership with Google Cloud

Cohesity, experts in data security and management, has announced at its three-day Cohesity Catalyst virtual conference an expanded partnership with Google Cloud to help organisations unlock the power of generative AI and data.

In addition, Cohesity unveiled Cohesity Turing, a set of AI technologies that brings the power of AI to data security and management. The expanded partnership with Google Cloud, along with Cohesity Turing, will enable organisations to leverage their entire data estate through a single, secure workflow across on-premises, multicloud, and edge environments. 

Thomas Kurian, CEO, Google Cloud said, “Vertex AI is one of the best platforms for building, deploying, managing, and scaling ML models - and we’re excited that Cohesity is joining our growing open ecosystem to help more customers get value from their data via AI. Cohesity’s excellent data security and management capabilities, combined with Google Cloud’s powerful generative AI and analytics capabilities, will help customers get exceptional insights into their backup and archived data.”

For years, Cohesity and Google Cloud have provided joint customers with a simple yet robust enterprise-grade solution for backup and recovery of applications. Building on other recent announcements, Cohesity is continuing to extend its AI-ready data security and management platform -- Cohesity Data Cloud -- to work closely and have deeper integrations with leading cloud services, including Vertex AI, Google Cloud’s fully managed ML (machine learning) platform designed to help companies to accelerate the deployment of ML and AI models.

Sanjay Poonen, CEO and president, Cohesity added, “to apply generative AI transformatively, businesses need to be able to easily get rapid insights from their data utilising cutting-edge and leading AI/ML models. We are excited to be leading the charge in generative AI in the data security and management industry, as we build out next-gen generative AI solutions for our category. We also agree with Google that AI must be handled securely and responsibly. With our unique platform, Cohesity not only provides phenomenal search via our built-in indexing capabilities, but robust security protocols to help customers maintain control and privacy of their data at every turn.”

The combination of Cohesity's data security and management capabilities and Vertex AI will enable joint customers to gain new insights into the same data they’re already securing and managing on Cohesity’s platform.

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