Polygon Labs, the firm behind Polygon Network, is partnering with Google Cloud. The firm announced this on its Twitter page, stating that this partnership will foster the adoption of fundamental Polygon protocols and will be accelerated with the support of enterprise infrastructure and technologies provided by Google Cloud.
Owing to this, Google Cloud will be the cloud provider for the Polygon protocol, adding Blockchain Node Engine, its fully managed node hosting service, to the Polygon community, thereby further broadening the cloud services available throughout the Polygon network.
Already, the dataset relating to the Polygon blockchain was uploaded to the Google Cloud Marketplace in 2021 so that it may participate in the Google Cloud Public Dataset Program. Because of this, developers are now able to combine their use of BigQuery, Google Cloud’s serverless business data warehouse, and Polygon PoS, or Polygon Supernets, to analyze real-time data from on-chain and cross-chain transactions to influence decision-making.
Polygon Labs President, Ryan Wyatt, stated that “Google Cloud supporting all of the Polygon protocols is a step in the right direction to help onboard more people into Web3″. Also, Mitesh Agarwal, Google’s Managing Director of Customer Engineering for the Asia-Pacific region, ecstatically said: “Alongside Searce as our implementation partner, we look forward to deepening our collaboration with Polygon Labs to deliver the enterprise-ready Web3 infrastructure and developer-friendly tools that businesses need to offer fast, frictionless, and secure access to dApps for consumers.”
The Google Cloud Platform is one of the tools companies use when transitioning to digital operations. They are well-known for providing top-notch cloud-based solutions. Businesses in many regions rely on Google Cloud to power their expansion as they search for remedies to their toughest challenges like data storage and management, and security among others.
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