Google Cloud partners with Tezos blockchain to develop Web3 tech
Google's cloud computing has a partnership with Tezos blockchain to see it becoming a network validator.
Tezos Foundation a Swiss nonprofit foundation supporting the Tezos blockchain announced on Feb 22, it had teamed up with Google Cloud to allow customers of the cloud computing business to deploy Tezos nodes and build Web3 applications on the blockchain.
Tezos is a blockchain-based smart contract platform used to power decentralized applications like Ethereum and Cardano.
Big news! @googlecloud is now an official Tezos baker, giving Google Cloud customers access to Tezos’ #blockchain technology. Looking forward to seeing how this partnership unfolds for the Tezos community https://t.co/uRs1xR0TnA— Tezos (@tezos) February 22, 2023
This partnership also will make it possible for companies and developers to host and deploy RPC (Remote Procedure Call) nodes for Web3 applications using the Tezos blockchain and Google Cloud infrastructure.
According to Annoucement:
"The Tezos foundation will provide new and existing Google Cloud customers access to its corporate baking program Tezos will offer Google Cloud customers that are interested in building Web3 applications easy deployment of nodes and indexers on the Tezos protocol"
Google Cloud is entering in Web3 space. The partnership also provides select Tezos incubator startups with Google Cloud credits and mentorship via the Google for startups cloud program.
According to James Tromans an Engineering Director at Google Cloud. "At google cloud we're providing secure and reliable infrastructure for Web3 founders and developers to innovate and scale their applications"
During this, Tezos Foundation Chief officer Mason Edwards express that the collaboration was a step toward achieving institutional adoption and mass market opportunities for Web3 technology.