Bloomberg Advances on Cloud Data Strategy

The global data giant is working with clients to deploy its data services from the three main cloud providers.


Bloomberg is in the process of shifting its entire data estate and commercial offerings to the cloud as part of what it is calling its One Data strategy.

According to Tony McManus, chief information officer and global business manager of enterprise data at Bloomberg, the migration process will be done in incremental stages and the company expects to release its first batch of datasets on to the cloud in Q1 2020.

“A lot of our clients are moving their machine learning or statistical analysis

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