Self-hosted blockchain infrastructure refers to the practice of running and maintaining a blockchain network on your own hardware and servers rather than relying on third-party cloud services or hosted solutions. The only possible infrastructure that complies with the main blockchain principles is the one in your own perimeter.
It gives you full control over the network's configuration, security, and performance, saving all other features and possibilities of the blockchain. On-premise blockchain infrastructure is also extremely cost-effective for any Web3 project. To deploy and maintain such infrastructure you’re going to need an additional effort, but Dysnix can do it for you once and for all.
Self-hosted blockchain infrastructure offers greater control and customization options. If your service needs to be always available or has any custom requirements of security or blockchain functionality, you should consider blockchain infrastructure using your own server potential.
It is also chosen for projects that must meet high standards of accessibility and have proven precision of scalability. It also reduces reliance on external providers, which can be a strategic advantage.
A self-hosted blockchain infrastructure consists of both its software and hardware components. On the physical side:
On the software side:
We provide you with full support for selecting a hardware part and full software provision with a proven track of implementations. Choose a self-deployed blockchain network and let experts from Dysnix make it right.
It can be challenging to do it alone or with the resources of a small team without any experience. But by relying on Dysnix support, you can avoid any complexities and solve most problems before they appear, simply by the right design of the self-hosted blockchain infrastructure. Use professional help to save resources, cut costs, and deploy projects correctly from the very beginning.
The classic list of benefits you get from the self-hosted blockchain is the following:
But our team expanded this list even further. We added:
Find out other features we can add to your self-hosted blockchain project by contacting us.
Yes, you can use self-hosted infrastructure for various blockchain platforms, including Ethereum, Bitcoin, Hyperledger Fabric, and many others. The specific setup and configuration will depend on the platform you choose.