Ankr partner Asphere launches no-code deployer app for Rollups in collaboration with Arbitrum

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  • Asphere announced the release of a no-code deployer feature for its RaaS Platform.
  • Steve Goldfeder, CEO of off-chain Labs, stated that the new addition would allow developers to launch their solutions more efficiently.
  • Asphere stated the no-code deployer would initially support the launch of Arbiturm Rollups; more features will be available in the coming weeks.

Asphere announced the launch of a no-code deployer application for its Rollup-as-a-Service (RaaS) platform. It is reported that the new addition will empower developers to launch and manage their own testnets and mainnet blockchains, eliminating the need for complex coding and infrastructure management. 

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Asphere, a company launched by Ankr’s leadership team as the home of new enterprise-level projects, announced it would release the no-code deployer feature. The company stated the feature would be available on its RaaS platform. The feature would simplify developers’ work, enabling them to focus on the business aspect of the solutions and eliminating the need to focus on their infrastructure.

Ankr Partner Asphere launches No code deployer feature on its RaaS platform

Asphere announced the launch of an innovative no-code deployer designed to enable developers to launch and manage their own testnet and mainnet blockchains without focusing on the complex coding infrastructure. The tool also includes an easy-to-use interface for launching Arbitrum Orbit rollups in minutes.

Steve Goldfeder, Chief Executive Officer at Offchain Labs, stated the collaboration with Asphere is an exciting milestone for Arbitrum. The CEO also added that the new no-code deployer would allow skilled developers to launch scalable solutions faster and more efficiently. 

Goldfeder also said that simplifying deployment would enable experienced teams to focus on building innovative applications without much focus on infrastructure setup. He added that new advancements are necessary for the next phase in Blockchain adoption and viable enterprise apps.

“By simplifying deployment, we’re enabling experienced teams to focus on building innovative applications rather than infrastructure setup. These advancements are crucial for driving the next wave of blockchain adoption and practical enterprise applications.”

-Steven Goldfeder,

Tyler Sloan, Senior PM at Asphere RaaS, stated that Asphere is committed to democratizing access to blockchain technology. He praised the no-code deployer, noting that it would bring change to the industry. Sloan pointed out that the deployer would simplify developers’ and enterprise teams’ work. It would enable them to build and deploy scalable blockchain solutions solutions much faster. 

Sloan said that developers could now launch applications through the platform in a few clicks. The senior PM emphasized that the new model would enable enterprise teams and developers to focus on the solutions’ business logic, leaving the infrastructure intricacies to Asphere.

Asphere aims to be the most advanced RaaS in the industry 

In the announcement, Asphere also revealed that during the initial stage, the no-code deployer will include support for launching Arbitrum Orbit rollups. The company added, however, that more options will be available to developers in the next few weeks.

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The no-code deployer is reportedly the latest upgrade to Asphere’s RaaS product. The company has stated it aims to be the most advanced RaaS offering in the industry, offering no code benefits alongside end-to-end Blockchain engineering and maintenance.

Cryptopolitan reporting by Collins J. Okoth

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