Google Offers Startups $100K in Cloud Credits

by Developer.com Staff

To be eligible, companies must be less than five years old and generate less than half a million dollars per year.

In the latest salvo in the cloud computing wars, Google has launched a new program to go after startups. Google Cloud Platform for Startups will offer young companies $100,000 worth of credit that can be used to purchase Google cloud services. In a blog post, the company explained, "This offer supports our core Google Cloud Platform philosophy: we want developers to focus on code; not worry about managing infrastructure."

The offer is available through "top incubators, accelerators and investors." In order to qualify, startups must have been in business for less than five years and generate less than $500,000 in revenue each year.

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This article was originally published on Friday Sep 12th 2014
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