Announcement

Vector Search Platform Marqo is Now Available on Google Cloud Marketplace

May 24, 2024
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Today we announce the general availability of Marqo on Google Cloud Marketplace.

“We are always working to make vector search more accessible for developers and enterprises to deploy,” said Tom Hamer, CEO and co-founder of Marqo. “With Marqo, customers can build advanced search experiences within minutes, its availability on  Google Marketplace allows customers to dramatically shorten the procurement time and access additional cost savings.”

Relevant and reliable search is particularly important for ecommerce companies and online marketplaces. Not only is it a core revenue driver, it is also the foundation for building customer trust and loyalty. 

“Bringing Marqo to Google Cloud Marketplace will help customers quickly deploy and manage the vector search platform on Google Cloud's trusted, global infrastructure," said Dai Vu, Managing Director, Marketplace & ISV GTM Programs at Google Cloud. “Marqo can now securely scale and support customers on their digital transformation journeys.”

By using Marqo on Google Cloud, customers can unlock a AI-powered search with:

  • Scalable end-to-end architecture. Marqo's handles the entire vector search process, from embedding generation to storage and retrieval. This allows for easy implementation of powerful multimodal, multilingual search, while utilising the speed, flexibility and security of Google Cloud.
  • Highly available service. Marqo can be used for business critical applications at scale.
  • Free license. You can run Marqo for free on your Google Cloud infrastructure. This allows customers to access additional cost savings through existing Google Cloud commitments.

Google Cloud Marketplace streamlines software deployment  across the Google Cloud ecosystem, allowing users to quickly deploy familiar software packages without manual configuration. The availability of Marqo on Google Cloud Marketplace provides a secure and cost-effective way for customers to adopt the next generation of AI-powered search.

Nicole Meaker