Ava Labs Partners with Amazon AWS; Bringing Blockchain technology to Enterprises

There are a number of features that Ava Labs will be launching on AWS through the Avalanche project, including tools for the validation and validation of compliance use cases. In this way, Ava Labs and AWS are bringing enterprise and government organizations scalable blockchain solutions through their partnership.

Decentralized Enterprise Solutions

Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Ava Labs have announced they will collaborate with the aim of accelerating the adoption of blockchain technology across enterprises, governments, and institutions. In addition to supporting Avalanche’s infrastructure and ecosystem of dApps through its AWS Marketplace, AWS also supports the process of deploying nodes with just one click.

Moreover, Avalanche node operators are also capable of running in AWS GovCloud for FedRAMP compliance use cases – a vital capability that is a prerequisite for enterprises and governments who need to comply with FedRAMP.

With the addition of Ava Labs’ membership to the AWS Partner Network (APN), the company is now able to offer custom offerings on AWS that are directly connected to more than 100,000 partners in more than 150 countries.

In order for individuals and institutions to have a quick and easy way to launch custom Subnets, Ava Labs plans to add Subnet deployment as a managed service to the AWS Marketplace. Among the features of this functionality is a feature that includes a feature that distributes validators that secure the subnet across different regions and availability zones in order to ensure the subnet is as robust as possible.

AWS’s partnership with Avalanche will facilitate the launch of nodes, giving Avalanche even more strength and flexibility for developers. Also, as part of the agreement, Ava Labs will join AWS Activate, which will enable builders in the Avalanche ecosystem to benefit from AWS credits.

Additionally, Ava Labs and AWS are currently collaborating on events designed to help entrepreneurs and developers achieve their goals of building on Avalanche. These events include Ava Summit, Avalanche Creates, and hackathons to help anyone – whether they are technical or non-technical – accomplish their goals.

There is no doubt that Ava Labs’ latest partnership with AWS marks yet another significant milestone on the road to the widespread adoption of blockchain technologies throughout traditional tech solutions. 

In a way, Amazon Web Services, as well as similar solutions, compete with decentralized storage services, such as BitTorrent. As a result, they are embracing blockchain solutions on the other hand, as well. Perhaps the gap between these two tech sectors is being bridged and we can look forward to more big partnerships between them in the near future.