Permissions, privacy, performance, scalability, availability and the required telemetry for SLA management and compliance are key enablers that enterprises require.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) January 10, 2018
Amberdata, the essential provider for operationalizing public and private blockchain, has joined the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance. Formed in February 2017, EEA is the largest open-source blockchain initiative with almost 300 members and 17 working groups. It connects Fortune 500 enterprises, startups, academics, and technology vendors with Ethereum subject matter experts.
With a focus on enabling the adoption of Enterprise Ethereum, Amberdata now joins forces with the community to advance EEA’s mission to enhance the privacy, security, and scalability of Ethereum-based blockchain technologies. Amberdata will be collaborating within several working groups and helping to define KPIs for instrumentation and architecture that relate to both public and permissioned Ethereum networks.
“We look forward to working alongside other thought leaders who understand enterprise needs, defining and adopting Enterprise Ethereum,” said Shawn Douglass, CEO of Amberdata. “Permissions, privacy, performance, scalability, availability and the required telemetry for SLA management and compliance are key enablers that enterprises require.”
Amberdata is building a SaaS platform for monitoring, searching, analyzing and securing public and private blockchains. Amberdata enables operational intelligence for blockchain infrastructure, applications and transactions. For more information, visit http://www.amberdata.io.