Travel technology company Sabre has completed its data center migration to Google Cloud.

The company said that it has moved almost 90 percent of its workloads to the Google service, after originally announcing a ten-year deal in early 2020.

– Sabre Corporation

"Over the course of this effort, we've closed 17 data centers and moved more than 40,000 servers, 400,000 CPUs, and 50 petabytes of storage into the cloud," Sabre chief information officer Joe DiFonzo said on LinkedIn.

"We've integrated over a dozen analytics platforms into Google BigQuery, created over 50,000 containers in Google Kubernetes Engine, and created dozens of new intelligent services using Google Vertex AI. Our developers are now moving at cloud speed, and our operational performance, stability, and security are better than ever."

Last summer, Sabre integrated Google's Travel Impact Model (TIM) to display the carbon footprint of flights on its systems, as part of the wider decade-long partnership.