Opportunity for AWS and Microsoft? Google Cloud to 'retire' IoT Core service in 2023

The cloud giant is giving customers a year to move to a partner to manage their IoT devices, claiming their needs could be ‘better served’ that way

Kelsey Rees
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Opportunity for AWS and Microsoft? Google Cloud to 'retire' IoT Core service in 2023

Google Cloud has given notice it will be shutting down its IoT Core service in 2023.  The cloud vendor said it is giving customers a year to move to a partner to manage their IoT devices.  Launched in 2017, IoT Core is its managed service for Internet of Things-connected devices. In a pop up at the top of its IoT Core web page, a message reads: "Google Cloud IoT Core is being retired on August 16, 2023. Contact your Google Cloud account team for more information." In an email t...

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