Basel, Switzerland
December 12-15
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Saturday, December 15 • 14:20 - 15:50
Deploying Hyperledger Fabric with Kubernetes/Helm - Alejandro (Sasha) Vicente Grabovetsky & Nicola Paoli, AID:Tech

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Deploying Hyperledger Fabric to production on Kubernetes is not a solved topic, AID:Tech present their work on designing and open-sourcing Helm Charts.

Rather than developing a monolithic Helm chart, AID:Techcreated 4 separate and configurable charts for deploying Hyperledger Fabric components, namely the Certificate Authority, Peer, CouchDB and Orderer.

Sasha demonstrates how to deploy these charts together using Kubernetes on a cloud-based cluster, and connect them to Hyperledger Composer (using a chart under development).

From your hosts:

Dear attendees,

I'm excited to have you participate in our workshop on "Deploying Hyperledger Fabric with Kubernetes/Helm" and hope you will benefit from it!

Because we want the workshop to be hands on, if you would like to follow it yourself on your own computer, we suggest that you do 3 things:

1) deploy a working (at least) 4 node (managed) Kubernetes cluster on one of several cloud providers. Here are some Quickstart instructions from several major cloud providers (we've used Azure and GCP ourselves):
- https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/aks/kubernetes-walkthrough
- https://cloud.google.com/kubernetes-engine/docs/quickstart
- https://docs.aws.amazon.com/eks/latest/userguide/getting-started.html
- https://console.bluemix.net/docs/containers/cs_tutorials.html#cs_cluster_tutorial

2) Obtain a domain name of your own (we personally recommend NameCheap) but you can obtain a cheap ($1) or free domain name from many providers.

3) Clone (download) our git repository:

This will help ensure you can spend as much time on the workshop at deploying HL Fabric networks and not on boring cluster configuration

Looking forward to hosting you.

Sasha & Nicola

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Alejandro (Sasha) Vicente Grabovetsky

CTO & Chief Data Scientist, AID:Tech
Sasha is CTO and Chief Data Scientist at AID:Tech. Sasha originally trained to be a Cognitive Neuroscientist, finishing his BA and PhD at Cambridge. He worked at the CBSU (Cambridge) and DCCN (Nijmegen), focusing on using pattern analysis and machine learning to understand human attention... Read More →
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Nicola Paoli

Lead Blockchain Developer, AID:Tech
Nicola is Lead Blockchain Developer at AID:Tech.Nicola graduated in Information Technology for Management in Bologna University. He than started his career working as Software Engineer in Accenture, working on many projects including education, open-data and enterprise applications... Read More →

Saturday December 15, 2018 14:20 - 15:50 CET
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