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The Akash Network is a secure, transparent, and decentralized cloud computing marketplace that connects those who need computing resources (tenants) with those that have the computing capacity to lease (providers). Clients use Akash because of its cost advantage, usability, and flexibility to move between cloud providers and the performance benefits of global deployments. Providers use Akash because it allows them to earn revenue from either dedicated or temporarily-unused capacity. The foundational design objective of the Akash Network is to maintain a low barrier to entry for providers while at the same time ensuring that clients can trust the resources that the platform offers them. To achieve this, the system requires a publicly-verifiable record of transactions within the network. To that end, the Akash Network is implemented using blockchain technologies as a means of achieving consensus on the veracity of a distributed database.

 

Akash Market

Tenants define the desired infrastructure, workloads to run on infrastructure, and how workloads can connect to one another. The desired lifetime of resources is expressed via collateral requirements. Orders are generated from the tenant's definition. Datacenters bid on open orders. The bid with the lowest price gets matched in order to create a lease. Once a lease is reached, workloads and topology are delivered to the datacenter. Datacenter deploys workloads and allows connectivity as specified by the tenant. If a data center fails to maintain a lease, collateral is transferred to the tenant and a new order is created for the desired resources. A tenant can close any active deployment at any time.

Infrastructure procurement --- the process through which clients lease infrastructure from providers --- on Akash it is implemented through a decentralized exchange (marketplace).

Clients place deployment orders, which contain a specification of the client's service needs, and datacenters place fulfillment orders to bid on deployment orders. Deployment orders include the maximum amount the client is willing to pay for a fixed number of computing units (as measured by memory, CPU, storage, and bandwidth) for a specific amount of time; fulfillment orders declare the price that the provider will provide the resources for.

Deployment orders are open for a client-defined length of time, as measured to the second. While the deployment order is open, providers may post fulfillment orders to bid on it.

A fulfillment order is eligible to match with a deployment order if the fulfillment order satisfies all minimum specifications of the deployment order. Given a deployment order and a set of eligible fulfillment orders, the fulfillment order offering the lowest price will be matched with the deployment

order. If multiple fulfillment orders are eligible for a match and offer the same price, the fulfillment order placed first will be matched with the deployment order.

Businesses and individual consumers will want and need to protect how they are publicly displaying their use of computing power. To guard against competitor data mining and other attack vectors, a homomorphic encryption layer is added.

A lease is created when a match occurs between a deployment and a fulfillment order. The lease contains references to the deployment and fulfillment orders. Leases will be the binding agent in fulfilling a deployment

 

The Akash Network Token

Tenants define the desired infrastructure, workloads to run on infrastructure, and how workloads can connect to one another. A desired lifetime of resources is expressed via collateral requirements. Orders are generated from the tenant's definition. Datacenters bid on open orders. The bid with the lowest price gets matched in order to create a lease. Once a lease is reached, workloads and topology are delivered to the datacenter. Datacenter deploys workloads and allows connectivity as specified by the tenant. If a data center fails to maintain a lease, collateral is transferred to the tenant and a new order is created for the desired resources. A tenant can close any active deployment at any time. the primary functions of AKT are in staking (which provides security to the network) and in acting as a unit of measure for pricing all currencies supported by the marketplace. AKT is expected to have very low liquidity because of the high earning potential of staking rewards. Although AKT can be used for settling transactions in the marketplace, it is not intended to be used to pay a fee or to be used as a currency, because of its highly illiquid nature. However, transaction fees and block rewards are denominated in AKT. 

Reserve

In this section, we also present a mechanism “Transaction Ordering using Consensus Weighted Median” to establish exchange rates without the need for an oracle.

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Conclusion

Akash is, first and foremost, a platform that allows clients to procure resources from providers. This is enabled by a blockchain-powered distributed exchange where clients post their desired resources for providers to bid on. The currency of this marketplace is a digital token, the AKT, whose ledger is stored on a blockchain. Akash is a cloud platform for real-world applications. The requirements of such applications include Many workloads deployed across any number of datacenters. Connectivity restrictions which prevent unwanted access to workloads.Self-managed so that operators do not need to constantly tend to deployments. To support running workloads on procured resources, Akash includes a peer-to-peer protocol for distributing workloads and deployment configuration to and between a client's providers. Workloads in Akash are defined as Docker containers. Docker containers allow for highly-isolated and configurable execution environments and are already part of many cloud-based deployments today.