Amazon Web Services Announces the Availability of Quantum Ledger Database

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Amazon.com company’s Amazon Web Services, Inc. has announced the availability of Amazon quantum ledger database (QLDB) now. Amazon Web Services had included its two symbiotic services to its paid web services, i.e., managed blockchain and QLDB eight months ago and now the services are available.

According to the report, reported by the Amazon Web Services(AWS) today, September 10th, this latest QLDB is the new class of database that is fully managed ledger database that would provide a transparent, immutable, and cryptographically verifiable transaction log which will be owned by a central authority. Amazon QLDB will also track each and every data change in the application and also maintains a complete and verifiable history. Further, the post has explained how Amazon’s QLBD eliminates the complex development effort in building one’s ledger-like applications and to rely on the capabilities of the blockchain framework.

A Vice President at AWS, Shawn Bice has informed the Business Wire that a version of Amazon’s QLDB from many years to store the required data of its highly critical systems and has been able to get benefits out of it and he has further added that. “Today, we are proud to announce Amazon QLDB, offering customers a fully managed service that provides the same ledger capabilities, along with the ability to cryptographically verify the data integrity. We are excited to see customers streamline their operations and enhance their customer and partner experiences by using Amazon QLDB.”  

He also proudly announced saying, “Today, we are proud to announce Amazon QLDB, offering customers a fully managed service that provides the same ledger capabilities, along with the ability to cryptographically verify data integrity. We are excited to see customers streamline their operations and enhance their customer and partner experiences by using Amazon QLDB to do things like keep track of credit and debit transactions across customer bank accounts and reconcile data between supply chain systems to track the complete manufacturing history of a product.”

 Now Amazon’s QLDB will available in US East(Ohio), US East (N. Virginia), US West (Oregon), EU (Ireland), and Asia Pacific (Tokyo) regions and other regions will also be added soon.

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