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ThoughtSpot Brings Search-Based Analytics to Google Cloud

November 13, 2018 / Ali Longwell

Search and analytics company ThoughtSpot extended its partnership with Google Cloud. It is now certified to run its in-memory calculation engine on Google’s Cloud Platform (GCP). ThoughtSpot also added new integration between its products and the Google Cloud Machine Learning Engine. While Google Cloud has a number of certified partners in analytics and big data, ThoughtSpot’s Director of Content and Communications Ryan Mattison said it is the first to bring search and artificial intelligence (AI)-driven analytics to GCP. This includes running its AI engine, Falcon, on the cloud platform and leveraging the GCP machine learning engine to make predictions. Palo Alto, California-based ThoughtSpot was founded in 2012 by engineers from Google, Oracle, Microsoft, Yahoo, and other Silicon Valley companies. Its CEO Ajeet-Singh, joined the company from Nutanix in July 2018, which he co-founded. ThoughtSpot was co-founded by Ajeet Singh, who serves as its executive chairman. ThoughtS...