IOST’s blockchain service live on AWS

The Internet of Services (IOS) Foundation announced on 07 May that its Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) platform is now live on Amazon Web Services (AWS) marketplace.

IOST is a super-fast, decentralized blockchain network based on the next-gen consensus algorithm “Proof of Believability” (PoB). The company is spearheaded by a team of proven founders and backed by world-class investors. The core mission is to be the base architecture for online services that adhere to security and scalability. The new offer would provide a rapid tech solution and toolkit for teams.

IOST expressed on the development as –

“IOST’s high speed, secure BaaS platform allows developers to launch blockchain solutions in as quickly as 5 minutes. Developers can easily deploy a blockchain infrastructure with dev tools to develop Dapps, projects and test out IOST’s high-speed infrastructure with just one click. Offered through AWS Marketplace and available to millions of developers globally, we expect this platform to significantly accelerate Dapp development and network growth for the IOST ecosystem.”

Launching the product on AWS Marketplace would encourage other projects to become familiar and comfortable with blockchain technology. This would allow them to explore and incorporate blockchain solutions through a simple user interface (UI). The IOST platform allows users to experiment and deploy smart contracts immediately without needing to understand all the technology in the backend.

IOST sustained by adding that AWS being a global leader in providing cloud services, there is much to offer to make blockchain development more accessible for developers. IOST clarified that with their platform, developers can start developing smart contracts immediately, without the need to manage and configure local environments. IOST also shared a portal using which interested developers could use the blockchain deployment solution.

launching iost's baas on aws marketplace would encourage other projects to become familiar and comfortable with blockchain technology.

Last month, IOST Foundation announced its strategic partnership with Force Protocol. The embrace was aimed at leveraging Force Protocol technology to add value to IOST infrastructure. IOST conveyed that just one month after the mainnet launch, it had become a major blockchain. IOST blockchain distinguished itself as one of the big four public chains alongside Ethereum, EOS, and Tron.

IOST extended an invitation to the public to join its community. The blockchain platform expressed its affinity to work closely with developers and the community. Such personnel could effectively help materialize the world’s first scalable and decentralized blockchain project. IOST indicated the various channels of its outreach which users can leverage. Such facilities include chat and social media where people could hang out or discuss product development.