Chainstack, a cloud and blockchain-agnostic Platform as a Service (PaaS) hasc launched its managed Corda service to enable one-time deployment for R3’s Corda, per a report on October 22.
The new service was launched during R3’s flagship conference, CordaCon 2019. Chainstack aims to help enterprises to deploy several cloud-based Corda nodes efficiently, while also reducing the time for deploying blockchain nodes.
Users can now be able to deploy Corda networks in three clicks, thereby reducing the effort and resources involved to build and scale solutions on blockchain nodes, as well as simplifying the need for partner and developer training.
Developers can equally expect to install CorDapps on their nodes and to create their private networks for testing environments in a matter of minutes, as the Chainstack’s managed Corda service was developed on the latest release of Corda 4.1.
Corda, in no doubt, is currently the protocol of choice for a good number of blockchain-based enterprise projects and consortiums, in the likes of Mastercard, the Singapore-based Project Ubin, and HSBC.
Chainstack’s support Corda reinforces its commitment to simplifying and accelerating the mainstream adoption of blockchain by different enterprises.
As reported, Chainstack believes that optimizing and automating infrastructure deployment, and management will help developers and enterprises to experiment with leading enterprise blockchains, like Ethereum, MultiChain, and Quorum on multiple clouds with less operational infrastructure cost, risk, and maintenance.
According to the CEO and co-founder of Chainstack, Laurent Dedenis:
We have seen some of the most advanced enterprise blockchain usages on the Corda platform and are thrilled to be able to support this thriving ecosystem. By making it simple for anyone to start building and deploying CorDapps, we hope we can deliver value to all customers and partners building on Corda.
In September, Mastercard revealed plans to adopt R3 Corda to establish a cross-border payment solution platform.