Did you get your first Fabric samples test network up and running and created the first smart contracts? Are you starting to plan for a production deployment and are not sure about the main items to consider for a production deployment? Are you already in production but are encountering challenges with expanding the deployment because of security, scaling, and/or operational concerns?
If any of these apply to you, please join Alex Olaru and Taylor Trott from Alphaledger as they present and run demos of working examples based on the recently released Hyperledger Lab: Fabric Topologies. These topologies demonstrate more advanced/newer Fabric features such as:
End to end Mutual TLS between Fabric Components
World State with CouchDB Clusters and Fauxton DB Console
Channel Participation API with no System Channel
How to Proxy and increase redundancy for Fabric Components
Deploy Chaincode as an External Service
Boostrap a Fabric CA with Identities from an LDAP Store
Easy Smoke Test for HL Fabric versions changes
The end of the webinar will conclude with a poll and discussion with the community to evaluate areas of interest for the build out of future topologies and working examples of other Fabric features.
Alex Olaru spent the first half of his career architecting and building mission critical systems for the trading, settlement, and risk management of derivatives at one of the largest options and futures clearing houses. Then he straddled the world of unstructured data building applications based on search engines and big data technologies at PIMCO and as a consultant for Accenture. He currently works as a Lead Architect with a team of Municipal Bonds enthusiasts at Alphaledger, to build systems that increase investors access to these markets, at lower costs.
Taylor Trott has worked in the financial software industry to develop cloud services for security modeling, management and accounting. With a background in mathematical financial he enjoys solving difficult problems. Favorite languages include Java, Typescript, and Golang. He has a dedicated mission to help build the next generation of trusted data exchange via the use of DLTs like Hyperledger Fabric. Recent work at Alpha Ledger has involved intensive work with Hyperledger projects, including Fabric and some of the Identity projects like Aries.
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