November 09, 2018By Adrian Barkley
“We knew that customers struggling to adopt blockchain needed more help than just the chain. We knew that they needed more advanced components [that were] easily deployed and pre-integrated.”The marketplace is full of stack offerings which are intended to make it easier for businesses to integrate blockchain solutions quickly by helping manage not only the blockchain itself but the surrounding protocols and structure. With this, businesses can focus more on their operations and less on the complicated differences of the underlying technology in blockchain networks. In a statement, Komgos CEO Souleima Baddi said:
“By building on an open blockchain system, Komgo can select from the best protocols in development across the ecosystem and use existing building blocks for an optimized solution.”One partner of Kaleido is AWS which has been with them since the launch of the platform earlier in the year. The startup worked with Amazon’s blockchain team to develop integrate AWS in the system so that it would work for enterprise blockchain customers. Amazon is one of the biggest businesses looking into the industry but it isn’t alone. IBM, HSBC, Maersk, Deloitte and SAP have all been involved in enterprise blockchain projects. Through the Kaleido marketplace, businesses have access to AWS services like private networking and data backup, other common blockchain services like HD wallets and industrial products like Chainlink, Viant and OpenLaw. What are your thoughts? Let us know what you think down below in the comments!