Google’s Google Cloud Platform will soon support Google Cloud Messaging, Google’s VP of Product Management and Operations says

Hacker News article Google has finally confirmed that Google Cloud Messenger will soon be officially supported by Google Cloud Services.

The Google Cloud Native Client, which is a native component of the Google Cloud platform, will be able to communicate with Google Cloud Message Queues, Google Cloud Containers, Google Maps, and Google Cloud Storage.

Google has already confirmed that it is working on supporting other Google APIs such as Google Maps Cloud and Google Search.

Google’s Vice President of Product Marketing, Chris Lee, was the keynote speaker at the Google Developer Day on Wednesday, and he said that Google’s Cloud Messages will now be available to developers on Google Cloud as well. 

Lee was speaking at a panel where he explained how Google’s support for other Google Cloud APIs will help developers quickly build a Google Cloud API client that will also be able interact with other Google services. 

In an interview with CNET, Lee said that the Cloud Native client will be the “next big thing” for developers, and the company is actively working on support for many more APIs. 

“Google is really committed to the APIs they’ve created, and this is the next big thing,” he said.

“There’s a lot of work to be done.

It’s not something we have announced yet, but we’ve been working on it.” 

Google also announced that it will release a beta version of Google Cloud Mobile on Android, but Lee said he was not sure whether it would be included in the final release. 

Google has also made clear that Google is working to ensure that its APIs are well-tested before they are released. 

This isn’t the first time that Google has been using its own Cloud APIs.

Earlier this year, Google also announced support for the Cloud Platform. 

Microsoft announced Cloud for Windows on Azure earlier this year. 

There are a lot more Cloud Native APIs coming out that Google can use in the future, but the company has been working hard to make sure that its Cloud Native capabilities are well tested and that it doesn’t introduce bugs.