The partnership will enable multi-platform DAML support for various blockchain networks, notably including Hyperledger Fabric and blockchain consortium R3’s Corda, both specifically cited in the press release.
Digital Asset’s cooperation with AWS Aurora — Amazon’s cloud storage engine — will enable firms to build applications using DAML and later add them to various blockchain networks. The integration — to be available as of July — is reportedly enabled by Blockchain Technology Partners’ (BTP) management platform Sextant, available on the AWS Marketplace.
This will be possible without a change of code, and ostensibly mean that companies do not have to commit to one specific ledger before building infrastructure, the press release notes.
After open-sourcing DAML this April, Digital Asset soon announced it was integrating the language with Hyperledger Sawtooth, a modular platform for distributed ledgers, likewise enabled via a collaboration with BTP.
The press release notes that integration with Fabric was commercially enabled by HACERA’s Unbounded Network, which connects public and permissioned blockchains across clouds.