We believe business consortiums should spend their time leveraging the power
of blockchain rather than navigating the complex blockchain maze or implementing
manual integrations for every use case.
Deploying and managing blockchain enabled applications should be as simple
and cost-effective as creating a modern web service. Chainstack’s suite of
features makes such simplicity possible and helps an organization make the most
of its critical resources such as talent, time, and money.
Blockchain protocols are unique, and some might be better suited
for a particular business case than others. Choosing a protocol and
a consensus mechanism that fits the governance rules of the consortium
is the most important part of a blockchain implementation plan.
Chainstack offers business consortiums the flexibility to experiment
with multiple protocols, all from a single dashboard. Currently,
we support Fabric, Quorum, and MultiChain and plan to support several
more in an ongoing manner.
You are a business with its infrastructure on public cloud.
Or perhaps you deploy it on-prem. Either way, Chainstack gives
enterprises the choice and flexibility to deploy blockchains
on hybrid environments.
Currently, we support deployments on AWS, Azure, GCP, AliCloud and
hybrid environments. Support for Digital Ocean and other leading
cloud providers will occur in phases.
Contrary to popular belief, security is not a given just because
blockchain has been implemented. Especially in the context of enterprise
consortiums, security is paramount and has to be implemented proactively.
Thanks to a leadership team that has strong roots in enterprise security,
Chainstack addresses the multi-dimensional aspect of modern-day security
in a comprehensive manner. The platform addresses security not only at the
infrastructure and website layers, but also at the on-chain and off-chain layers.
From granular access controls and node monitoring to handling crypto material
via vaults, we have it covered.
Deploying and maintaining enterprise blockchains is complex and laborious. It doesn’t have to be so.
Chainstack’s intuitive user-interface abstracts away the complexity of implementation.
Through grouping mechanisms such as Projects and powerful wizards, users with modest amounts of blockchain or cloud training can deploy and manage a blockchain. A major side benefit is that enterprises no longer have to rely on hard-to-find talent with blockchain expertise.
Blockchain is a collaborative endeavor; simply put, the larger the network or consortium, the more the business benefits.
Chainstack enables businesses to form consortiums in a direct and secure manner.
No special configuration or long-winded policy. Create a project, invite members, specify how the consortium needs to be governed. It’s as simple as that.
If you are an enterprise user, you know the importance
of detailed logs, audits, and reports. Whether these reports
are for internal use or for regulatory purposes, they need
to be granular, clear, and insightful.
Chainstack provides users a rich view into several areas of their blockchain networks.
Data related to projects, consortium participants, nodes, and transaction activity are provided through
logs and blockchain-specific explorers. Combined, the set of monitoring and reporting tools provides
both business and IT users with the information they need to run and audit a blockchain consortium.
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