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Google Cloud team reveals how they helped Niantic with Pokemon GO server load

Our peers in the technical community have asked about the infrastructure that helped bring Pokémon GO to life for millions of players. Niantic and the Google Cloud teams put together this post to highlight some of the key components powering one of the most popular mobile games to date. If you're interested in seeing how Niantic and Google worked together to bring Pokemon GO back from the brink of server overload, you'll want to check out the Google blog below.
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