Amazon has confirmed that Ethereum will be available on the company's dedicated managed blockchain service.
Amazon Web Services will now grant consumers the ability to “provision Ethereum nodes”.
That in turn will allow them to connect to the mainnet on top of existing access to Rinkeby and Ropsten testnets already available via the Amazon Managed Blockchain.
The network offers what it describes as “open-source Ethereum APIs”, which is considered the standard.
AWS allows synchronization with the Ethereum blockchain too. In a statement, AWS said: “Amazon Managed Blockchain monitors node health, replaces unhealthy nodes, and automates Ethereum software upgrades, improving the availability of customers’ Ethereum infrastructure.”
AWS started the Amazon Managed Blockchain in 2019 saying it would grant companies and consumers access to the Ethereum and Hyperledger open-source frameworks to carry out varying network testing.
The service was basically established as a “cloud” allowing companies to circumnavigate the costly operations of installing software, buying hardware and maintaining it.
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