AWS Blockchain Templates help you quickly create and deploy blockchain networks on AWS using different blockchain frameworks. Blockchain is a decentralized database technology that maintains a continually growing set of transactions and smart contracts hardened against tampering and revision using cryptography.

A blockchain network is a peer-to-peer network that improves the efficiency and immutability of transactions for business processes like international payments, supply chain management, land registration, crowd funding, governance, financial transactions, and more. This allows people and organizations who may not know one another to trust and independently verify the transaction record.

You use AWS Blockchain Templates to configure and launch AWS CloudFormation stacks to create blockchain networks. The AWS resources and services you use depend on the AWS Blockchain Template you choose and the options that you specify. For information about available templates and their features, see AWS Blockchain Templates and Features. The fundamental components of a blockchain network on AWS created using AWS Blockchain Templates are shown in the following diagram.

How to Get Started

The best place to start depends on your level of expertise with blockchain and AWS—particularly the services related to AWS Blockchain Templates.

I’m proficient with AWS and blockchain

Start with the topic in AWS Blockchain Templates and Features about the framework you want to use. Use the links to launch the AWS Blockchain Template and configure the blockchain network, or download the templates to check them out on your own.

I’m proficient with AWS and new to blockchain

Start with the Getting Started with AWS Blockchain Templates tutorial. This walks you through creating an introductory Ethereum blockchain network with default settings. When you finish, see AWS Blockchain Templates and Features for an overview of blockchain frameworks and links to learn more about configuration choices and features.

I’m a beginner with AWS and proficient with blockchain

Start with Setting Up AWS Blockchain Templates. This helps you get set up with fundamentals on AWS, like an account and a user profile. Next, run through the Getting Started with AWS Blockchain Templates tutorial. This tutorial walks you through creating an introductory Ethereum blockchain network. Even if you won’t ultimately use Ethereum, you get hands-on experience setting up related services. This experience is useful for all blockchain frameworks. Finally, see the topic in the AWS Blockchain Templates and Features section for your framework.

I’m new to AWS and blockchain

Start with Setting Up AWS Blockchain Templates. This helps you get set up with fundamentals on AWS, like an account and a user profile. Then run through the Getting Started with AWS Blockchain Templates tutorial. This tutorial walks you through creating an introductory Ethereum blockchain network. Take the time to explore the links to learn more about AWS services and Ethereum.

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