CasperLabs Unveils AWS Partnership

Blockchain tech company CasperLabs today announced its partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS). The collaboration gives developers and organizations building on the Casper Network the ability to directly deploy node infrastructures and design private networks for product testing from AWS.

The Casper Network is an enterprise-grade, proof-of-stake blockchain that simultaneously offers scalability, security and decentralization. It has attracted developers with lower gas fees due to no proof of work requirement. Given AWS’s presence in 190 countries Casper Networks node operators can now more efficiently deploy and connect nodes to the public network. Smart contract developers can more readily access Casper nodes so they can efficiently navigate products through development.

“This is a milestone for not only the Casper Network, but blockchain technology’s continued emergence into the mainstream,” said Mrinal Manohar, CasperLabs CEO. “Casper has always been focused on providing the best solutions for businesses to design, test, iterate and deploy in Web3 environments efficiently at scale. Working directly with AWS allows us to realize this mission on a much broader scale and within a much shorter time period than would otherwise be possible.”

Businesses can also access CasperLabs Professional Services through AWS, making it easier to tap into system development assistance provided by an in-house team of experienced software engineers that can help with a private, public or hybrid blockchain environment.

“CasperLabs is playing a key role in fostering greater enterprise blockchain adoption,” said Manohar. “The Casper Network offers a compelling option for enterprises that are intrigued by blockchain technology, but also require dedicated services and support that simply aren’t possible with open source projects. We are thrilled to add them to the AWS Marketplace and look forward to a long and fruitful partnership.”

“We’re seeing increasing interest from our customers in blockchain technology, including large enterprises. Today 25 per cent of all Ethereum workloads in the world run on AWS,” said Marta Whiteaker, director of AWS Marketplace. “We are thrilled to have The Casper Network’s blockchain product available in AWS Marketplace and that customers can now benefit from this Web3 technology anywhere in the world.”

“Casper AWS Quick Start is a big milestone and makes it even easier for developers worldwide to access and build on Web3 seamlessly. This ability significantly reduces friction in setting up infrastructure for the Casper Network for individual developers as well as organizations like WISeKey, which uses Casper for its Digital Identification NFT platform to deliver authenticated digital twins to the art and luxury markets,” said Carlos Moreira, founder and CEO of WISeKey.

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