Decentralized cloud Akash Network integrates Skynet decentralized storage network

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Decentralized cloud Akash Network integrates Skynet decentralized storage network

Akash Network, an open-source and decentralized cloud, today announced an integration with Skynet Labs, the team behind Sia, a decentralized storage network. By bringing together compute and storage layers, Akash and Skynet are enabling developers to host their applications on a fully decentralized cloud.

Now with Skynet as a key technology partner, Akash’s solution can integrate storage and compute resources. Akash will be able to leverage Skynet’s decentralized storage to backup and restore server instances, host larger volumes of data, and distribute files across multiple points of presence.

With this integration, Akash Network and Skynet can provide a full-stack solution that will handle backup, restore, and migration for databases running on the decentralized cloud.

“The full-stack solution for the decentralized web is now a reality; with Skynet as the front-end with storage, and Akash as the back-end API and database host. Each step of this partnership has been supported and developed by the community; and began with a challenge on Twitter to combine Akash, Skynet, and Handshake into a single open-source package. We plan to support these efforts long-term through community-targeted funding.”
Greg Osuri, CEO of Akash Network

Decentralized Web (dWeb)

The materialization of a dWeb is a major shift to a decentralized network of cloud providers operating open-source software platforms; while creating healthy market competition in an open marketplace with more providers and lower costs.

“The world of decentralized computing has seen major advancements in the past 10 years. The things we are able to accomplish today put decentralized infrastructure ahead of traditional architectures; by achieving similar performance at lower cost and higher reliability.”
David Vorick, CEO of Skynet

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