Spotify opens up on choosing Google Cloud for its cloud migration

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Spotify is one of Google Cloud’s cornerstone customers, representing a step change towards Google’s enterprise ambitions. It is also a lucrative one. In its IPO filing in 2018, Spotify revealed it was paying Google €365 million across three years to do so – which equates to just over €10m (£8.78m) per month.

But what is behind those figures? A new podcast from Spotify has shed light on how the company chose Google Cloud for its migration, as well as pain points and…

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