Google Cloud announced that it has partnered with Polygon to support the growth of the Web3 ecosystem.
Web2 technology giant Google continues to establish new partnerships to operate in the Web3 field as well. Google Cloud, one of Google's popular services, announced that it has partnered with Polygon to support the growth of the Web3 ecosystem.
Google Cloud, one of Google's key services, and Polygon Labs, the developer of the Polygon Blockchain network, have partnered to simplify the deployment and management of Polygon nodes and increase adoption of the ecosystem. As part of the partnership, Google Cloud's Blockchain Node Engine will start supporting Polygon.
Blockchain Node Engine, Google Cloud's fully managed node hosting service for Web3 development, will support Polygon as part of a multi-year, strategic alliance formed by Google Cloud and Polygon Las. This move will increase the adoption of the Polygon ecosystem as well as simplify the deployment and management of Polygon nodes for developers.
A Google Cloud spokesperson, who made a statement on the subject, stated that the Blockchain Node Engine already supports the Ethereum Blockchain network, and developments are continuing to support the Solana Blockchain network. Finally, Brendan Farmer, co-founder of Polygon Labs, said: “Google Cloud infrastructure will contribute to scaling technology faster to keep transactions fast and fees low as demand increases.”