Lesson learned? Sky Mavis partners with Google Cloud to avoid another Ronin hack.

While some are unable to recover from hacking incidents and have to throw in the towel, others are able to pick up the pieces, learn from their mistakes and move on to the next round.

Axi E Infinity creators Sky Mavis said in an announcement to Cointelegraph that it has partnered with Google Cloud to secure Ronin’s blockchain network and advance its vision of building a rewarding gaming universe.

With several years of cooperation, Google Cloud will become the independent enterprise authenticator for Ronin in the node pool with Animoka Brands, Dapradar and Nansen. The organization takes monitoring verification hours and contributes to the overall security of the network.

According to Viet Anh Ho, co-founder and chief executive officer of SkyMavis Training, one of the reasons for the collaboration is the automation and automated application deployment capabilities of Google Cloud. He explained.

“These are our engineers’ quest to break new ground and delight users with engaging and immersive experiences — all while liberating active gameplay without disrupting it.”

Ruma Balasubramanian, CEO of Google Cloud, said they will work with Sky Mavis to accelerate the roadmap and grow Ronin’s network with a secure infrastructure. Balasubramanian also praised Axi Infinity’s play-to-earn (P2E) concept and highlighted other potential opportunities that could emerge from the partnership.

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The partnership with Google Cloud is part of Sky Mavis’ efforts to increase security measures to prevent another incident like the Ronin hack. In March, Ronin’s network was breached, causing an estimated loss of over $600 million. At the time of the hack, Sky Mavis only had nine authentication nodes. The company currently has 18 verification nodes and is working to increase the number to 21, he said.