At the Google Cloud Next conference yesterday it was announced that Google has acquired AppBridge. I've been at AppBridge for just over a year and I'm thrilled to be a part of this Vancouver software success story.
AppBridge is a tremendous addition to the Google solutions because the founders designed the AppBridge Transformation Suite from the ground up for performance and the cloud. AppBridge is already handling the world's largest G Suite and Google Drive migrations.
Here is a quote from Google's announcement:
"Migrating to the cloud can be complex. It's not just your files that need to be moved; permissions also need to map correctly; content likely needs to be reorganized, and some data probably needs to be archived. To address that challenge, today we are announcing the acquisition of AppBridge, an enterprise-grade, G Suite migration tool that helps organizations seamlessly migrate from their on-prem, cloud-based and hybrid solutions to Google Drive.
With AppBridge, your organization can migrate files effortlessly to G Suite from your existing file servers or content management systems like SharePoint, or from many other cloud platforms you might be using. File permissions are also brought over when you migrate, which means your team's file access remains unchanged and your data stays safe. We’re working together with AppBridge to bring them into the G Suite team. Stay tuned for more information in the near future."
As for me, I'm going to take some time to think about what I want for my next adventure, but this one was certainly memorable.
TechCrunch Article: Google acquires AppBridge to help enterprises move their files to its cloud services