Zeeve, a web3 Infrastructure as a service platform compliant with ISO 27001, SOC2 Type2, and GDPR standards, has joined hands with Polygon Labs to serve as a key infrastructure provider and implementation partner for Polygon supernets.
This partnership aims to simplify the deployment and management of app chains on polygon supernets, making it easier for businesses and developers to launch their own blockchain along with the necessary infrastructure like explorer, wallet, faucet, etc. in no time.
With this integration and implementation support, Zeeve is expecting to expand the benefits of its dependable enterprise-grade infrastructure stack to all those seeking to harness Polygon Supernets for their dApp, along with more than 24,000 developers and over 100 institutions already on Zeeve's platform.
"We are pleased to announce our collaboration with Zeeve Inc. as a supernets implementation partner. Zeeve's strong capabilities in enterprise-grade appchain deployments and dedication to innovation and excellence resonate well with our values at Polygon. Working together, we aim to deliver scalable, secure, and efficient Supernets AppChains infrastructure solutions while striving to enhance our services for our clients. This partnership enables us to offer various services, including implementing, deploying, and maintaining Supernets AppChains, focusing on meeting our clients' needs and promoting adopting AppChains technologies responsibly and sustainably," said Sunny Kaiwar, Senior Solution Architect/Head of Implementation Partners, Polygon.
"We're thrilled to join forces with Polygon Labs and become an integral part of the Supernets partners eco-system," said Ravi Chamria, Co-founder & CEO of Zeeve.
"With Supernets, developers can build blockchains customised for their dapp, keeping in mind their workloads and required services. Additionally, with Zeeve’s automated no-code deployment architecture helping you with 1-click bootstrapping of nodes, you can focus on Go-to-market and user strategies while we manage the underlying infrastructure," he added.