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Google BigQuery

Google BigQuery

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  • #2 Software in Data Warehousing
  • Google BigQuery market share is 13.34% with more than 4196 companies using this software
  • Datanyze helps you reach more than 21,604,313 contacts that are using Google BigQuery , including Amazon Walmart Apple

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    ABOUT GOOGLE BIGQUERY

    Google BigQuery is a cloud-based big data analytics web service for processing very large read-only data sets. BigQuery was designed for analyzing data on the order of billions of rows, using a SQL-like syntax. It runs on the Google Cloud Storage infrastructure and can be accessed with a REST-oriented application program interface (API).

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    Top Competitors Websites Market Share Vendor
    10,295
    32.72%
    3,759
    11.95%
    3,526
    11.21%
    1,195
    3.80%
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    3.09%
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    3.05%
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    808
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    What is Google BigQuery and what is used for?

    Google BigQuery is a cloud-based big data analytics web service for processing very large read-only data sets. BigQuery was designed for analyzing data on the order of billions of rows, using a SQL-like syntax. It runs on the Google Cloud Storage infrastructure and can be accessed with a REST-oriented application program interface (API).

    Which software are similar or alternative to Google BigQuery

    Snowflake is one of the most well-known alternatives to Google BigQuery

    Who uses Google BigQuery?

    4196 companies reportedly use Google BigQuery in their tech stacks, including Amazon, Walmart, Apple