The post ConsenSys' Kaleido to Vend Blockchain to Amazon Web Services Clients appeared first on Bitsonline. This low rate of adoption is associated with the cost and complexity of blockchain technology development and interoperability.
"They've been looking for partners to help get blockchain into their customers' hands", Cerveny said.
"They can focus on their scenario and they don't have to become PhDs is cryptography, we give them a simple platform to build their company on blockchain", said Steve Cerveny one of the founders of Kaleido.
The result is that blockchain is more accessible and easier for customers to use, and even faster for them to connect blockchain solutions to AWS services securely. "It is the first Blockchain SaaS solution available on the AWS Marketplace and will help them rapidly advance their blockchain projects".
Amazon Internet Services Private Limited (AISPL), an Amazon.com company, today announced the 2018 APN Excellence Award winners, recognizing leaders in the India channel playing a key role helping customers drive innovation and build solutions on the AWS Cloud. "They're putting it in the marketplace will accelerate what their customers are going to do with it". AWS is using a partner-led strategy instead of building from the ground up.
He however, added that deploying blockchain technology will heighten Amazon's horizon and give it an edge over other technology giants.
"Three years ago we were getting calls from companies trying to spell blockchain and trying to order one in color because their boss told them they should get a blockchain".
Joseph Lubin, cofounder of Ethereum and founder of ConsenSys, said the approach represents the first "dual mode" use of Ethereum. Kaleido is also compatible with many of Amazon's existing web services, including Amazon Athena, Amazon Elastic MapReduce, Amazon Virtual Private Cloud and others.
The Kaleido platform is created to offer companies the immutable security of a public blockchain without compromising the flexibility of private networks in what the companies call a "private-public" approach to blockchain operations.