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Technical Widening on Hyperledger Fabric
January 30 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
We will see how to get started with blockchain development, and learn the best practices for developing blockchain applications using Fabric.
- Short recap of distributed ledger technology, compared to centralization and decentralization. Open Public blockchains vs. Permissioned Enterprise blockchains.
- Where Hyperledger Fabric is among the different blockchain technologies out there.
- A step-by-step explanation of the concept of membership services and its responsibilities in Fabric.
- Architecture of Fabric v0.6
- Security and Privacy in Hyperledger Fabric - how privacy is guaranteed
- In-depth explanation of how the multi-encryption works.
- Chaincode of the smart contract and how this can be registered and deployed (CLI, Rest API or SDK) on Fabric v0.6
- How the consensus mechanisms work (PBFT), and what is planned for Fabric v1.0
- Blockchain-ops. Run on IBM Bluemix or locally using VM’s or Docker containers.
- Lessons learned and Q&A.
This webinar will be of interest to enterprise architects, innovation managers, IT consultants, developers and leaders of teams who know the basics of blockchain technology and want to learn how Hyperledger Fabric works.
About the presenter:
Thomas Marckx is Blockchain Developer at TheLedger.
After working as an IT-consultant in the financial sector for a couple of years, Thomas shifted his focus to newer distributed technologies. He currently works as a blockchain developer for Optis, which is part of the Cronos Group.
Thomas is also co-founder of TheLedger, a Belgium-based blockchain consulting company. Distributed networks – which blockchains are – offer solutions that can help businesses to scale faster, automate their business processes and lower their transaction costs. TheLedger helps companies understand and implement blockchain solutions.