“Blockchain-In-A-Box” Becomes the Latest Kid in Subutai’s Family of Blueprints

Subutai is the world’s first intelligent Peer-to-Peer (P2P) cloud computing and Internet of Things platform. The company has set itself apart in the blockchain ecosystem through the development of various blueprints that have changed the process of application development and deployment.

Developed by Open Source trailblazers, Subutai disrupts and democratizes the Cloud, allowing users to easily participate in the crypto economy through energy-efficient cryptocurrency mining and frictionless commoditization of idle computing resources. Businesses using Subutai can instantly raise and operate a sharing economy for countless applications using KHAN, its Ethereum blockchain reserve currency token.

Software blueprints act as templates to reduce development time and help simplify the process of application deployment. Subutai blueprints specify general instructions to automate P2P distributed application management tasks like installing, updating, and maintaining applications.

Blockchain-in-a-Box

In a press release on 13th March 2018, Subutai announced its new kid on the block, Blockchain-in-a-Box, which promises to take you from a concept to executing Ethereum Smart Contracts in minutes. Blockchain-in-a-Box comes with an all-inclusive environment for writing Smart Contracts, as well as testing them on a private Ethereum network. This platform will offer a free and instant environment for writing Smart Contracts.

“One of the most attractive Subutai application blueprints is our just-released Blockchain-in-a-Box, which enables developers to write Smart Contracts in minutes without having to deal with obtaining testnet Ether (the cryptocurrency fuelling the Ethereum network),” said Alex Karasulu, CTO and Founder of OptDyn.

“Subutai goes beyond the promise of Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) by setting up the private network along with an entire desktop system in the same cloud environment with a full Solidity development stack to author and test Smart Contracts,” Explains the CTO in the press release.

Reduction of deployment time

Blockchain-in-a-Box removes the need to deal with infrastructure administration, version compatibility, and all the other tedious aspects of configuring a blockchain network, thereby reducing the time to develop and deploy Ethereum Dapps. The blueprint may use one of the Ethereum test networks (allows Ethereum Solidity developers to experiment with new code and solutions) or an entirely private dedicated blockchain. All that is required to use the environment is a basic knowledge of JavaScript and Solidity: Blockchain-in-a-Box creates a self-contained cloud development environment with a remote desktop and a private blockchain network to allow users to build and deploy smart contracts, transact, and more.

In addition to Blockchain-in-a-Box, Subutai offers blueprints for popular applications such as WordPress (a content management and blogging platform) and Mattermost (a private cloud messaging), as well as development frameworks such as Apache Usergrid (used for mobile development). Subutai blueprints make it easy for users to quickly get up and running.

Become a cloud conqueror

Getting started with Blockchain-in-a-Box is easy. The documentation, which includes tutorials on writing contracts, are available atSubutai’s website. Subutai Blockchain-in-a-Box is available in theSubutai Bazaar. As is the case with other Subutai blueprints, Blockchain-in-a-Box is an Open Source software. With easy steps needed to access the blueprint, you can easily write a Smart Contract in minutes.

More information about the Subutai platform is available athttps://subutai.io/

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