Polygon Labs announced it has entered a multi-year strategic alliance with Google Cloud to accelerate adoption of core Polygon protocols, including Polygon PoS, Polygon Supernets, and Polygon zkEVM, with Google Cloud infrastructure and developer tools.
Google Cloud will become the strategic cloud provider for Polygon protocols, bringing its fully managed node hosting service Blockchain Node Engine to the Polygon ecosystem. Developers using Blockchain Node Engine will no longer have to worry about configuring or running their Polygon PoS nodes. Instead, they can focus on growth while retaining complete control over where nodes are deployed.
By the end of Q3, Polygon Labs will enable one-click DevNet deployments on Google Cloud. Developers who are interested in deploying a Supernet will be able to provision a three to five node network with a simulated bridge in their virtual private cloud (VPC) for the purpose of rapid evaluation of the Supernets stack for their project.
Google Cloud will also help Polygon Labs advance its zero-knowledge innovation strategy. Running Polygon zkEVM's zero-knowledge proofs on Google Cloud is significantly faster and cheaper as compared to the existing setup.
In addition, eligible early-stage startups backed by Polygon Ventures will be able to get benefits through the Google for Startups Cloud Program, including up to $200,000 in credits for their Google Cloud and Firebase usage for up to two years.
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