Google Cloud brings Solana data to BigQuery platform
Google Cloud adding Solana blockchain support on BigQuery engine is the reason why SOL suddenly erected columns overnight.
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On the evening of November 5, the search giant Google Cloud launched a "hint" to open a partnership with Solana. Although the armor is unknown, the price of SOL has immediately adjusted up.
An hour later, Google Cloud officially confirmed to be a validator (transaction validator) for Solana through the BigQuery platform, after 9 years of adding Bitcoin to the service.
In a nutshell, Solana's blockchain data will begin to appear on Google's cloud platform. Integration with Google BigQuery will be implemented from Q1/2023, making it easier for programmers to analyze Solana's on-chain data, Nalin Mittal, Web3 Google Cloud team leader, said at Breakpoint (Lisbon).
Google BigQuery is an information store that acts as an indexing engine with powerful data analysis capabilities. This process can be performed on multiple blockchains, making it easier to compare and track across networks. In May 2021, Google Cloud brought Polygon (2021) and Ethereum (2018) data to BigQuery.
However, the newly announced experience is a stepping stone for Google Cloud to integrate the network with its Blockchain Node Engine management service , starting with Ethereum recently. This is the first Web3 product, proving that Google Cloud really invests in this space.
Before the above news, the price of Solana (SOL) has increased strongly, approaching the peak level set on September 13 and is trading around the $37.05 mark.
Nov 06, 2022