Kaleido’s SaaS Integrates To Azure And AWS
Kaleido’s Software as a service blockchain solution has been given a huge boost as it now works on both Microsoft’s Azure and Amazon Web Services. As a result of this integration, Kaleido now has access to over 80 percent of cloud infrastructure clients as well as support from the top two cloud service providers.
This also spells good news for their clients as they will no longer have to worry about which provider is being used by their partners. Along with this, they will have access to better services and support as well as being able to modify their ecosystems how they see fit.
In the past, certain opportunities would have been out of their reach as they were not compatible with Azure and AWS, who dominate the cloud services market. With this new development, a new era has begun.
“Our customers’ digital ecosystems can now grow and scale wherever and however the participants require,” Steve Cerveny, Kaleido Founder, and CEO, said. Their business partners will also be able to access their products seamlessly without needing to switch from AWS to Azure it Vice versa.
It is also no surprise that they are making AWS compatibility a priority as Kaleido was initially a product created between AWS and the Brooklyn-based venture studio to offer services to businesses. The main focus of Kaleido is to help businesses move theory projects from the blockchain pilot stage to full production and count T-Mobile, Sony, Fox, and UnionBank among their clients.
Komgo, one of their clients, specializes in providing reliable market information to all participants and by integrating Kaleido into both Azure and AWS, their clients have access to them with ease.
“As networks onboard new members and scale, these sorts of capabilities from Kaleido are critical to remove friction and tear down barriers to adoption,” Souleïma Baddi, CEO of Komgo, said.
A Tale Of Two
The importance of compatibility on both Azure and AWS cannot be overstated for any software as a service Blockchain. This is because they capture such a huge part of that market that not being compatible with them could be harmful to a firm.
It can be compared to creating a mobile phone game and it not being compatible with either Android or IOS devices. This, in itself, shuts out the product from much of the market.
“We’ve built our platform across the leading public clouds including Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services to give our clients the ability to create global, cross-cloud networks. Our customers’ digital ecosystems can now grow and scale wherever and however the participants require,” said Cervezny.