Avalanche partners with Amazon – adds subnets to AWS marketplace

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Ava Labs, the company behind the Avalanche blockchain, has partnered with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to bring scalable blockchain solutions to enterprises and governments. 

The partnership allows Ava Labs to leverage the power and scalability of AWS’s cloud infrastructure to provide its customers with a secure and efficient way to build decentralised applications.

The Avalanche network is designed to handle thousands of subnets, each of which can support thousands of decentralised applications and billions of assets. This makes it ideal for large-scale use cases such as supply chain management, digital identity, and asset tokenization. 

The partnership with AWS will allow Ava Labs to bring these capabilities to a wider audience and help customers to easily and securely deploy and manage their decentralised applications on the Avalanche network.

AWS is a leading provider of cloud computing services, with a global network of data centres and a wide range of services that enable businesses to run their applications and store their data in the cloud. 

By partnering with AWS, Ava Labs can offer its customers a secure and reliable way to build and deploy their decentralised applications, without having to worry about the underlying infrastructure.

The partnership also includes a joint go-to-market strategy and co-selling efforts, allowing customers to take advantage of Ava’s enterprise-grade blockchain solutions and AWS’s global infrastructure and security.

This move is a significant step for Ava Labs in its efforts to bring blockchain technology to the mainstream and make it accessible to a wide range of organisations. 

The partnership also highlights the growing interest in decentralised solutions among large corporations and governments and is likely to inspire more organisations to explore the use of blockchain technology.

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Source: ryptodaily.co.uk

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