CasperLabs has announced its partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS), one of the most popular cloud infrastructure platforms.
Now, developers and organizations deploying nodes on the Casper Network can directly deploy node infrastructures and design private networks. Moreover, node operators working with the CasperLabs’ offering can test their developments on AWS too.
Casper Network features many leading features, including enterprise-grade, proof-of-stake blockchain. This blockchain simultaneously offers security, scalability, and decentralization. This is why many enterprises have joined the Casper ecosystem due to its more efficient gas costs and flexible architecture. CasperLabs had its major web launch in March 2021. Most importantly, the Casper network provides a significantly reduced energy footprint.
AWS services have a worldwide reach (around 190 countries). So, node operators on the Casper Network can quickly and securely deploy nodes all around the world.
Moreover, enterprise teams and consortiums can quickly architect and deploy private networks for solving their business problems. Casper Network can also take advantage of AWS developer support tools along with an ecosystem of partners.
On this partnership, CasperLabs CEO Mrinal Manohar said:
“This is a milestone for not only the Casper Network but blockchain technology’s continued emergence into the mainstream. 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.”