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Uber, Google announce extended cloud partnership

Google and Uber have announced an extended partnership, with Uber choosing Google to help modernize its data cloud infrastructure.

Under the partnership, Uber will migrate some of its infrastructure to Google Cloud, and will be using additional capabilities, including Ads and Google Maps Platform and Cloud Spanner. Uber will move some of its applications and data from on-premise data centers to Google Cloud as well.

Google will provide technical investments across Cloud, Google Ads, and Google Maps Platform to Uber.

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