TECH TALK-Behind the Amazon server downtime: How Does Blockchain Technology IPv8 Protect Data from Leaks
Behind the Amazon server downtime: how does blockchain technology IPv8 protect data from leaks.
Nov 26, 2020, According to AWS, the outage only affected one of Amazon’s 23 geographic AWS regions. Still, the problem has been severe enough to affect many Internet companies’ services.
Many companies tweeted about how the AWS outage affected them.
Including 1Password, Acorns, Adobe Spark, Anchor, Autodesk, Capital Gazette, Coinbase, DataCamp, Getaround, Glassdoor, Flick, iRobot, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Pocket, RadioLab, Roku, RSS Podcast, Tampa Bay Times, Vonage, The Washington Post, and New York Public Radio (WNYC). Downdetector.com, a website specializing in monitoring network conditions, also shows that many users throughout the day have reported that many Amazon services have problems.
It is worth mentioning that on the eve of “Black Friday” in North America, AWS downtime may affect Amazon’s e-commerce business. Some sellers said that their order data on Amazon suddenly dropped sharply, and even advertising costs were abnormal.
With the advent of the digital age, the generation and storage of massive amounts of data have prompted technology giants in various industries to develop and deploy their centralized cloud servers gradually. Although it has solved the storage and calculation of data to a certain extent, the drawbacks of centralized cloud servers have been criticized.
Companies such as Google, Facebook, Sony, etc., control massive amounts of user data. Even their business models revolve around profiting from user data stored on their centralized cloud servers. In the event of a downtime event, enterprises and ordinary users have to bear the resulting losses and face the risk of data leakage.
BitCherry’s future is to provide high-performance, secure enterprise technical support blockchain.
BitCherry is the world’s first technology-based services to IPv8 distributed business expansion can provide blockchain infrastructure, with efficient performance, data security, governance, consensus three characteristics. Building a ‘P2Plus’ Encryption Protocol with new thinking of innovative physical layer, BitCherry is a general blockchain infrastructure that meets commerce’s demand. BitCherry provides the operational mechanism such as smart contract & cross-chain consensus to achieve highly scalable data architecture by the hash map, which is improved by the relationship atlas. This blockchain infrastructure dramatically reduces development costs, provides a high-performance, high-secure, and high-available underlying public chain support for distributed commerce on the chain.
Compared with the downtime of a centralized server that will cause the paralysis of large-scale Internet applications and information leakage, the rest of the individual cloud servers in the decentralized cloud server system will not affect the user experience at all, let alone cause data leakage and other problems. At the same time, decentralized cloud servers also have the characteristics of low cost, fast response speed, and too high information security.
BitCherry IPv8 use as the primary technique, coupled with the chain and cross-binding fragment technology, improves the transmission speed while building a network protocol P2Plus end encryption high performance, high safety, high availability support blockchains.