Hyperledger Fabric: Die Open-Source Basis für Ihre Blockchain

In dieser Session stellt Ihnen Ingo Rammer die von der Linux Foundation betreute open-source Blockchain-Basistechnologie Hyperledger Fabric vor. Sie lernen die Grundlagen von Fabric für den Betrieb von privaten bzw. berechtigungsgestützten Blockchains kennen und erfahren die dafür geeigneten Einsatzgebiete, Architekturentscheidungen sowie Sicherheitsaspekte. Diese Session ist eine optimale Grundlage, um Sie für die Folgesession "Coding Hyperledger Fabric – Smart Contracts und Clients mit Node.js" vorzubereiten.

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