Google Cloud introduces a new blockchain-related initiative.
Google Cloud Introduces Blockchain Node Engine for Ethereum Developers. Google Cloud, a suite of public cloud computing services provided by Google
BNE enables Web3 organizations to implement smart contracts, relay transactions, and read or write blockchain data on Google Cloud, according to a blog post published on October 27.
In a blog post, the Google Could team explained that BNE is a “fully managed node-hosting service that can reduce the requirement for node operations,” making Google liable for monitoring node activity and halting them in the event of a breakdown.
A node is a computer equipped with blockchain software that validates and stores transaction data on a blockchain network. Nodes on a blockchain establish a peer-to-peer network, exchanging the most recent blockchain data in order to keep all nodes in sync.
It is important to note that initially, Google Cloud’s BNE will only support Ethereum nodes.
Google Cloud Introduces Blockchain Node Engine And its three benefits in its announcement: simplified provisioning, secure development, and completely managed operations. The business highlighted how BNE makes syncing a whole node quick and simple.
In addition, “Blockchain Node Engine provides security parameters that can assist prevent unwanted access to nodes.” Google protects nodes from multiple assaults using a Virtual Private Cloud firewall and Cloud Armor.
At the conclusion of their announcement, the Google Cloud team mentioned:
We look forward to supporting organizations with a reliable, easy-to-use blockchain node hosting service so they can focus their time on innovating and scaling their Web3 applications.
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