Google bulks cloud platform with recent startup purchase
Palo Alto, CA, United States (4E) – Google has officially acquired tech company Talaria. Talaria is a company that provides a web application server with a JIT-based runtime. It will join the Google Cloud Platform team.
The purpose of Google’s purchase was to develop technology that’ll provide a more efficient way websites are run and built.
“The Talaria team has developed cutting-edge technology that helps people build and run websites more efficiently, and we think they’ll be a great addition to our Google Cloud Platforms team,” a Google spokesperson told TechCrunch.
Since Talaria was still in private beta upon the purchase it only supported PHP. Its aim was to give developers an easier time when changing and inputting lines of code.
“…Over the past two years, we’ve proven our technology by powering some of the most popular sites on the web. Now, by joining forces with Google’s Cloud Platform team, we’ll be able to help even more developers build and run their sites better,” Talaria released in a its official press release.
The Google Cloud Platform allows users to store and build websites and applications on Google’s infrastructure.