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The launch of AWS Blockchain Templates for Hyperledger Fabric and Ethereum by Amazon Web Services recently has been phenomenal. This will hasten the process of building new blockchain networks. About the launch, Jeff Barr, the Chief Evangelist for AWS posted on the AWS blog on 19th April, “We are launching AWS Blockchain Templates today. These templates will let you launch an Ethereum (either public or private) or Hyperledger Fabric (private) network in a matter of minutes and with just a few clicks. The templates create and configure all of the AWS resources needed to get you going in a robust and scalable fashion.”

Prior to this new relationship, Amazon Web Services had joined hands with Corda R3, Sawtooth, PokitDok, and Quorum. Corda lets the users create dApps on the AWS platform. However, with the help of the latest AWS Blockchain Templates, the users can develop fully fledged Ethereum network within a few minutes. The same goes for Hyperledger network. The difference is that the Hyperledger network launched will be completely private while the Ethereum ones can be private or public.

When developing Ethereum templates, the Amazon Web Services users have the option to choose from two different launch options. The blockchain framework chosen as containers by the user will be deployed by AWS Blockchain Templates directly on an EC2 instance fuelling Docker or on the Amazon Elastic Container Service cluster (ECS). Ethereum networks launched with the help of Amazon Web Services will most probably support Ethereum mining. The EthStats page will keep an eye on the network metrics. Amazon will also give an EthExplorer toolkit to the clients such that they can reconnoiter the transactions and the smart contracts that are stored in the ledger. As the networks will be developed directly into the user’s Amazon VPC, it will allow the user to access the subnets of VPC and Access Control Lists. The user also has the option to reduce the use of ...

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