Nobody likes boring theory. With the emphasis on practical labs, this quick-start training will let you get hands dirty into enterprise blockchain architecture right at the training. Become fully armed to write a basic chaincode, administer the network, and create a POC on top of Hyperledger Fabric in just three days.
DevOps engineers deploying and operating distributed applications on the cloud-based infrastructure
Developers writing chaincode in Golang/Java/Node.js
Everyone who wants to start working on their own PoC
Everyone who wants to be prepared for the Certified Hyperledger Fabric Administrator exam
Get scripts for automated Hyperledger Fabric network configuration and deployment of the multi-host Hyperledger Fabric with the Solo orderer and a Kafka cluster
Practice chaincode implementation for popular blockchain use cases
Get REST API developed for Hyperledger Fabric
All attendees work on their laptops with:
Local installation of Ubuntu 16 (dual boot or virtual)
Docker, Docker-compose, Golang v1.8 or higher
An IDE with Golang support: Eclipse, VSCode, JetBrains
Basic understanding of PKI and Docker
Be fully armed to configure, set up, and manage the enterprise blockchain application life cycle
Be proficient in writing the chaincode to implement advanced business logic
Have an application with a universal configuration deployed on their working stations with a basic chaincode and the REST API
Able to architect modular structures integrating Fabric with external file storages
Hyperledger Fabric concept and fundamentals (Theory)
An architecture, a consensus mechanism, and a transaction flow
Fabric CA and Membership Service Provider (MSP)
Anatomy of configuration files and crypto material
Practical advice: How to start a corporate blockchain project
Prototyping the distributed ledger(s) for each channel
Defining the sources of all types of data
Drawing the diagrams of all business processes: the Actors, and how they are supposed to interact with the ledger(s)
Describing algorithms for the chaincode for each channel
Use Hyperledger Composer to create your first application (Hands-on)
Practice with a Demo-network (PoC)
Supply chain management: assets origin and transfer
OTC trading platform: peer-to-peer direct deals
Fabric Chaincode anatomy overview; chaincode example
Chaincode interaction between channels
How to start writing the chaincode: implementation of business logic of basic use cases
Application lifecycle management (Hands-on)
Setting up a Hyperledger Fabric network in a developer mode (on a single host)
Chaincode installation and instantiation
Endorsement policy configuration and change
Chaincode modification or upgrade
Use CLI commands to manage the application running on Fabric (Hands-on)
Customizing the application
Reconfiguring the network: adding a new channel and chaincode
Adding new Organizations to the channel
Troubleshooting the network: analyzing peer logs
Key Chaincode patterns applied to popular use-cases (Hands-on)
Management of private data collections
Hyperledger Fabric configuration and deployment automation (Hands-on)
Designing an enterprise solution based on Fabric framework
Multi-host Fabric Starter with the Solo-Orderer and a Kafka cluster
Use Hyperledger Caliper to measure performance of your blockchain (Demo)
Advanced Fabric integration concepts (Demo)
Organizing permissioned access applying external identity management tools
Integration with an external (off-chain) file storage
Greg Skerry, Blockchain Solutions Architect, Trainer
Greg joined Altoros as a supporting Trainer on Blockchain and Hyperledger Fabric.
Previous to this position, Greg worked as Project Manager at Thomson Reuters where he was involved in systems integration and product management of an industry-first cloud-based tax analytics and reporting platform, advising implementations for Fortune 500 and Fortune 100 clients.
Am I a good fit? You need some knowledge of Golang or Java: know syntax, control flow. Blockchain experience is nice to have, but not required.
Can I pay by invoice? Please send details at email@example.com: full name, number of tickets, your address or your company's address (if the invoice is paid by the company).
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! Please note the training is contingent upon having 7 attendees. If we don't have enough tickets sold, we will cancel the training and refund your money one week prior to the training. Thanks for your understanding.
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