VeChain, the world’s leading enterprise friendly public blockchain platform, announced they are launching an integrated one-click solution into AWS Cloud allowing a host of enterprises to deploy quick, secure, and compliant blockchain applications.
VeChain’s Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) solution was initially launched in 2016. The solution combines NFC+RFID chips, blockchain encryption, identity verification technology, Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, and traditional enterprise IT services to provide a comprehensive IT solution utilizing blockchain technology. Customers cover a range of industries, from producers of consumer goods to manufacturers in the automobile, transportation, food, and agriculture sectors. Notable users of the pre-existing services including BMW, BYD Auto, BrightFood, DB Schenker, and D.I.G.
With this one-click solution, VeChain’s BaaS solution will use AWS CloudFormation to enable their customers to deploy in one click, eliminating the cumbersome manual deployment associated with the emerging industry. In this solution, VeChain is also adopting:
- Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) to deploy the VeChainThor mainnet to allow data uploading and smart contract deployment.
- Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) for data persistence and cost reduction. Deployment of Amazon Redshift will improve data analysis efficiency for enterprise customers, connecting the enterprise ERP system with the blockchain system to conveniently call smart contracts, and upload data through standardized APIs.
- Amazon EC2, Elastic Load Balancing, and Amazon CloudFront on the application front to collect raw data from systems such as ERPs. At the back end of the applications, Amazon RDS will store and upload data to the blockchain through the interface.
As an AWS technology partner, VeChain joins the AWS Partner Network (APN) and will receive business operations, technology development, and marketing support.
“We welcome VeChain to join the AWS Partner Network and deploy the leading-edge BaaS solution on AWS, AWS provides rich security capabilities and services, extensive compliance certification, and a global infrastructure. The AWS Blockchain Templates were introduced in 2018, allowing customers to quickly and easily create and deploy secure blockchain networks using popular Ethereum and Superbook open source frameworks while minimizing human error. We hope VeChain, and its customers, will accelerate the pace of innovation and continue to sharpen their competitive advantage with these features.”
— Alex Yung, corporate vice-president and managing director of AWS Greater China.
VeChain’s BaaS solution gains additional competitive advantages as they hone in on compliance and security through DNV GL’s compliance process and system architecture, as well as best practices in digital verification and information security. As VeChain’s strategic partner, DNV GL provides security and compliance certifications to VeChain customers. Founded in 1864, DNV GL is a global quality assurance and risk management company, providing the world’s leading third-party certification services.
“AWS has achieved dozens of third-party certifications including ISO 27017 Cloud Security, ISO 27018 Cloud Privacy, SOC 1, SOC 2, SOC 3, and PCI DSS Level 1, providing strong and essential support for the secure certification of VeChain’s BaaS solution.”
— Bo Huijie, marketing director, business assurance, DNV GL Greater China.
VeChain cooperates with world-leading network security companies and third-party service organizations to conduct comprehensive security testing. VeChain refers to global security standards, including ISO27001, GDPR in the European Union, and China’s network security law, for product and internal control processes.
“AWS is the world’s leading cloud service platform with extensive security compliance certifications, static and dynamic data encryption, hardware security modules, and strong physical security, we can provide compliant blockchain solutions based on AWS for customers around the world. We plan to deploy more services and industry solutions on AWS to help enterprises build safer and more convenient IT infrastructure.”