Google Cloud Partners With Polygon (MATIC) To Help Developers Build on the Ethereum Scaling Solution
Google Cloud and Polygon (MATIC) developer Polygon Labs are teaming up for a new initiative that could boost the expansion of the world’s largest blockchain ecosystem.
Polygon says that the partnership will make it easier for developers to build, launch and grow Web3 products and decentralized applications on the protocols of the layer-2 scaling platform.
“Today at Consensus 2023, Google Cloud and Polygon Labs announced a multi-year strategic alliance to accelerate adoption of core Polygon protocols, including Polygon PoS (point of sale), Polygon Supernets, and Polygon zkEVM, with Google Cloud infrastructure and developer tools.”
The new agreement will see Google Gloud bringing its fully managed node hosting service Blockchain Node Engine to the Polygon ecosystem. When this happens, developers will no longer need to configure or run their own nodes.
Polygon says the development will diversify cloud services across its network.
“Google Cloud will help accelerate adoption of core Polygon protocols w/ enterprise infrastructure & tools. Strategic alliance to increase transaction throughput enabling use cases in gaming, supply chain & DeFi (decentralized finance) on Polygon.”
Polygon Labs president Ryan Watt is also optimistic that Google Cloud’s support of Polygon will onboard more people into Web3.
“Thrilled as a Google alumni to share that Google Cloud is going all in with Polygon! This accelerates the adoption of core Polygon protocols using Google’s infrastructure and tools, transforming the blockchain landscape forever.”
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