The removal of blockchain complexity by Rockside
A company that goes by the name Rockside, which is a blockchain service provider in the space, has just launched a service that will help companies build decentralised apps (dApps) blockchain software.
The first version of this application software is set to be developed by Blockchain Studio. And has just released the first version of its cloud-managing tool to the space. The Rockside model will enable the deployment and management of a blockchain infrastructure that will be enterprise based or private cloud based. Which includes services like AWS, Google Cloud and Azure. Its new cloud management version will enable this without the need for any set-up or management of IT infrastructure.
There will be versions of the software that will be developed for large corporations or projects that wants to keep their blockchain infrastructure completely decentralised. This new cloud-management software version will also allow companies to develop blockchain projects faster. While taking down any and all barriers to entry.
According to the CEO and Co-founder of Blockchain studio, Corentin Denoeud:
“This is the latest milestone in our journey to increase and facilitate blockchain usage, while accelerating and securing the implementation of decentralised applications for businesses. At the moment, 92% of projects are still in R&D stage, with developers and enterprises lacking the resources needed to deploy a blockchain infrastructure and secure their transactions and identities.”
The CTO and Co-founder of Blockchain Studio, Vincent Le Gallic, has also laid mention that:
“Blockchain is an industry that moves at lightening speed, and through Rockside , we are committed to staying ahead of the curve by regularly adding updates and new features to our products, assisting projects in their progression from proof-of-concept to production, while taking into account the needs of the ecosystem.”
The companies headquarters is located in Paris, and has also recently expanded its office into Asia and Singapore. This will help the company to get an entry point into the Asian and Australian markets. As Rockside expects this to bring them more global presence.
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