Basel, Switzerland
December 12-15
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Wednesday, December 12


Blockchains in the Cloud - Nodes, Clusters, and Distributed Systems - Casey Kuhlman, Monax
Traditional cloud systems are built to be distributed and (typically) fault tolerant. There is a huge uptake in systems that are distributed and fault tolerant. Blockchains, on the other hand, are decentralized and byzantine fault tolerant. This means that they have different operational considerations than typical distributed systems. At Monax, we've been running, maintaining, operating, upgrading, and monitoring blockchain networks in cloud based systems for over four years. This talk with focus on our lessons learned. It will be focused predominantly on the intersection between Kubernetes and blockchain technology and provide an overview of the key operational considerations that cluster administrators should keep in mind: runtime boot, network boot, runtime upgrades, monitoring and alert management, and log management.

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Casey Kuhlman

CEO, Monax
Casey Kuhlman is the CEO of Monax a blockchain-based contract management system for small businesses. Prior to co-founding Monax, Casey was the head of legal information systems at the US Open Data Institute. A lawyer and international development practitioner for nearly a decade... Read More →

Wednesday December 12, 2018 11:00 - 11:40


To Authenticate or Validate, That is The Question - Avesta Hojjati, DigiCert Inc
Auditability, transparency, and security are essential values for a successful blockchain platform. Typically, the key considerations for enterprises when choosing a platform are the platform’s flexibility and scalability. While these factors are important, properly authenticating and validating the participating parties—whether they be part of the consensus protocol, maintaining a ledger, or just acting as a participant—is critical to the trustworthiness of any distributed ledger. In this presentation, Avesta Hojjati will review recent progress in authentication and validation for the permissioned and permissionless blockchain platforms from the perspective of a leading Certificate Authority. He will discuss the current challenges, use cases, and future work evolving around authenticating and validating entities on these platforms.

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Avesta Hojjati

Head of R&D, Digicert
Avesta Hojjati has more than 15 years of experience in information technology with an emphasis on cyber security. Avesta established his first cyber-security startup at the age of 15 where he was offering penetration testing as a service. Currently, as the head of R&D at DigiCert... Read More →

Wednesday December 12, 2018 11:00 - 11:40


Approaches to Consortia Governance and Access Control in Hyperledger Fabric Applications - Mark Rakhmilevich, Oracle
“Blockchain is not an island,” is a familiar refrain these days. Practical implications of bringing trading partners into a blockchain-based consortium where they share data and jointly manage the lifecycle of smart contract applications are daunting for many businesses. Who approves new members joining the network? How is chaincode deployment or upgrade are agreed by the members? The need to simplify these processes and automate them leveraging blockchain technology itself is quickly becoming apparent. Is it possible to implement governance policies with sufficient flexibility, while also automating the fundamentals through voting and other means? We’ll discuss practical customer use cases based on Hyperledger Fabric applications and how these issues were addressed. We’ll also cover how business confidentiality needs are met and access control integrations for fine-grained authorizations.

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Mark Rakhmilevich

Senior Director, Blockchain Product Management, Oracle
Mark Rakhmilevich is Senior Director of Blockchain Product Management at Oracle and is responsible for Blockchain Technologies strategy and products. He works closely with Oracle Development to evolve Oracle Blockchain Platform in the cloud and on-premises based on the needs of enterprise... Read More →

Wednesday December 12, 2018 11:50 - 12:30


From Public to Private Blockchain Networks: Free Your Developers from Dealing with the Intricacies of Blockchain Networks with a Network Agnostic Broker - Swetha Repakula & Nima Kaviani, IBM
Deploying and developing smart contracts is a complicated task. A developer not only needs to understand and implement the logic of a contract but also know how to set up and integrate their nodes to a network. With configuration and management differing by network, the learning curve for a polyglot blockchain developers is quite steep.

PaaS aim to hide the complexities of the IaaS and allow cloud application developers to focus solely on their application logic. We believe the same analogy can and should be applied to blockchain application developers.

In this talk, we will demonstrate how the Blockhead broker facilitates the process of developing DApps independent of the blockchain network used. In particular, we will demo the deployment of smart contracts across both a public blockchain network (i.e. the Ethereum network) and a private blockchain network (i.e. Hyperledger Fabric).


Nima Kaviani

senior software engineer, IBM
Nima Kaviani is a senior cloud engineer with IBM. He is a contributor to Knative and Cloud Foundry's Eirini. Prior to that Nima was the contributor to Cloud Foundry's Diego for over two years. Nima holds a PhD in computer science and tweets and blogs about Serverless, Kubernetes... Read More →
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Swetha Repakula

Open Source Contributor, IBM
Swetha Repakula is a software engineer working in IBM’s Open Technologies division. Since late 2017, she has been working on Hyperledger Fabric, an open source blockchain platform on its EVM integration. Previously she was a full-time open source contributor for Cloud Foundry. Swetha... Read More →

Wednesday December 12, 2018 11:50 - 12:30


Instrumentation, Resource Allocation and Monitoring for Smart Contracts on the Blockchain - Venkata Siva Vijayendra Bhamidipati & Michael Chan, eBay
Smart contract performance and debuggability are very important criteria to consider when building mission critical enterprise and public blockchains. In their talk, Vijayendra Bhamidipati and Michael Chan take up Hyperledger Fabric as an example framework to present approaches/ideas towards 1) building instrumentation into the chaincode framework to allow developers to measure the performance of their smart contracts 2) allow for billing to be built into smart contracts 3) building mechanisms that can limit allocation of resources to smart contracts, and 4) building security into blockchain frameworks.

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Venkata Siva Vijayendra Bhamidipati

MTS, eBay
Vijayendra Bhamidipati is MTS at eBay Inc, San Jose, US. His current projects are in Blockchain technologies, containers, security and ML. He has previously worked in various areas including databases and HA clusters, FCoE and Cloud orchestration (Openstack and Cloudstack) and SDN-cloud... Read More →

Wednesday December 12, 2018 13:50 - 14:30


Wrangling Hyperledger: Usability Lessons Learnt the Hard Way & Proposal For Steps Ahead - Sudheesh Singanamalla, Microsoft Research
The talk speaks about a personal journey while using Hyperledger Fabric and Iroha to build a blockchain powered philanthropy platform. The development of such a system has been definitely challenging for a variety of reasons. This talk aims to dive deep into the technology challenges that arise for developers working with the choice of ledgers under the hyperledger umbrella. This talk aims to focus on the usability challenges that still surround Hyperledger projects from a developers' perspective (development, deployments and scaling) in addition to the research challenges. These challenges turned Sudheesh into a contributor to the hyperledger project aiming to improve hyperledger usability. Finally, the talk proposes a few steps ahead to be taken collectively as a community like improving developer resources, add best practices and increase focus on building secure blockchain solutions.

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Sudheesh Singanamalla

Research Fellow, Microsoft Research
Sudheesh is a Research Fellow with the Technology for Emerging Markets (TEM) group at Microsoft Research India currently pursuing research in the areas of Blockchain and Human Computer Interaction with Dr. Bill Thies, Dr. Colin Scott, Dr. Muthian Sivathanu and Dr. Satya Lokam. A strong... Read More →

Wednesday December 12, 2018 13:50 - 14:30


Lessons Learned Creating a Usable, Real-world Web Application using Fabric/Composer - Waleed El Sayed & Markus Stauffiger, 4eyes GmbH
Creating a real-life project, used in production, based on Fabric / Composer has its challenges.

Waleed and Markus from 4eyes will share what they've learned and which pitfalls to avoid when creating a production-ready Hyperledger Composer application.

They will use a combination of a how-to and a demonstration to display, how set the project up, coding and deployment of the composer application in the fabric network, handling browser-based logins and how to create a robust environment, to make sure your network is robust against power outages and other force majeurs.

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Waleed El Sayed

Blockchain Developer, 4eyes GmbH
Waleed is working as a Blockchain and Application Developer at 4eyes. He currently works on a internal project in production based on Hyperledger Fabric/Composer as well as some PoCs. He's very active in the fabric and composer community, helping out other developers as well as... Read More →
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Markus Stauffiger

Founder & CEO, 4eyes GmbH
Markus is the CEO and founder of 4eyes. He works as a Blockchain consultant and developer at 4eyes. Markus is supporting the 4eyes development team in their daily work, ranging from architectural work to bug fixing or jumping on board, when a deadline is approaching fast. Markus... Read More →

Wednesday December 12, 2018 14:40 - 15:20


Practical Zero-Knowledge Proof Concepts on Hyperledger Fabric - Dr. Tan Apaydın, T2 Software
Privacy based blockchains are becoming more popular and they are mostly proposed for public blockchains. On the other hand, privacy and zero knowledge is also required for private blockchains. These are some of the use cases;

* Asset and value exchange between financial institutions
* Government backed asset coins

Creating a separate channel for any two peers is not always a good solution, because real-time and self-auditing becomes a big issue then.

Currently, the algorithms proposed on zero-knowledge blockchain networks are very complicated and they are impractical to use on Hyperledger implementations. As opposed to this, we figured out some practical zero-knowledge algorithms that are simpler and practical to use on Hyperledger and they solve many problems of corporates and government.

In this workshop, we want to show samples and discuss further about practical implementations of zero knowledge proof on Hyperledger.


Dr. Tan Apaydın

Lead Software Developer, T2 Software
Blockchain POCs, development, Hyperledger.

Wednesday December 12, 2018 14:40 - 15:20


Deploying Hyperledger Fabric on Cloud - Storage and Network Deep-dive - Shan Yu, Alibaba Cloud
Hyperledger Fabric has a very comprehensive design and is suitable for cross-enterprise business networks. But there are still challenges when it comes to deployment in a production environment, especially from storage's and network's perspectives. In this topic, firstly, Shan will provide a storage hotspot analysis against Hyperledger Fabric, and provide a formula for storage capacity estimation. Furthermore, Shan will suggest a cloud-native storage solution for key components (Orderer, Peer, Kafka, ZooKeeper, CouchDB) of Hyperledger Fabric to achieve high availability. Secondly, Shan will summarize typical networking patterns as well as pros&cons for consortium blockchain. Then Shan will present a cloud-based solution which can securely connect organizations within VPC on public cloud and within the private data center while protecting business applications behind blockchain.

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Shan Yu

Lead, Alibaba Cloud Blockchain, Alibaba Cloud
Shan Yu is currently working as the leader of Alibaba Cloud Blockchain Team, responsible for BaaS, Blockchain Solutions and Blockchain Marketplace on Alibaba Cloud. Shan Yu had worked as Tech Lead of IBM MQ in China, and Tech Lead of Blockchain in IBM Emerging Technology Institute... Read More →

Wednesday December 12, 2018 15:50 - 16:30


How Individuals are Taking Ownership of their Digital Identity - Julie Esser, CULedger & Drummond Reed, Evernym
Consumers have become hypersensitive to the way their digital identities are used and what data is shared with even the most trusted sources – including their financial institution. Instead of waiting for a crisis, the distributed ledger is taking action to provide consumers with the most secure digital identity developed: self-sovereign identification (SSI).
SSI is a global digital identifier built on a distributed ledger platform that permits members to securely interact with their credit union. By giving individuals control over their personal identifiable information, SSI can create a truly secure and privacy-preserving flow of information.
During this session, learn from CULedger, about the benefits of SSI, the security measures it will provide to protect digital identities and how organizations should leverage the technology to gain their users’ trust.

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Julie Esser

Chief Experience Officer, CULedger
Julie Esser is chief experience officer for CULedger, a credit union-owned CUSO that focuses on delivering the premier platform of digital exchange for financial cooperatives. In this role, Esser oversees the customer experience, global communications, public affairs, corporate brand... Read More →
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Drummond Reed

Chief trust officer, Evernym
Drummond has spent over two decades working on Internet identity, security, privacy, and trust frameworks. He joined Evernym as Chief Trust Officer after Evernym’s acquisition of Respect Network, where he was CEO, co-founder, and co-author of the Respect Trust Framework, which was... Read More →

Wednesday December 12, 2018 15:50 - 16:30


Chaincode Best Practices - Sheehan Anderson & Srinivasan Muralidharan, State Street
While writing your first Hello World chaincode may be straightforward, there are many complexities to consider when developing production chaincode. In this presentation, Murali and Sheehan will share their years of chaincode development experience and cover chaincode development practices that every developer should know.

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Sheehan Anderson

Vice President / Director of Architecture, State Street
Sheehan Anderson is a Vice President and Director of Architecture at State Street. He is a co-founder of Hyperledger Fabric and has been an engineer and leader on enterprise blockchain projects since early 2015, having previously worked at Salesforce and IBM. His current focus is... Read More →
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Srinivasan Muralidharan

Vice President/Director, State Street
Core contributor, Maintainer, Hyperledger Fabric.

Wednesday December 12, 2018 16:40 - 17:20


Using Hyperledger Fabric to Secure High Value Asset Documents - Al Brandt & Eric Vaughn, BlocLedger
BlocLedger integrates with market leading document centric solutions to track, authenticate, manage and securitize e-signed documents. BlocLedger’s API enables an easy on ramp for digital transaction management companies to secure and manage high-value and high-risk asset documents in a compliant and secure fully digital environment with blockchain.

BlocLedger will demonstrate the execution of an auto lease agreement that is electronically signed, stored and transferred as a securitized asset between parties using blockchain. Leveraging Hyperledger Fabric's privacy and confidentiality features delivered in v1.2, documents are tracked, stored and managed using the Private Data and state-based endorsement features. We'll show the overall demo architecture, step through how transactions are processed, and follow the flow of a document through the architecture. Specific attention will be paid to how the document asset is stored, managed and transferred within the Fabric blockchain. Lastly, we'll discuss the trade-offs one can make while deciding what information gets stored on-chain versus off-chain (Private Data).

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Al Brandt

Co Founder | CEO, BlocLedger
Al co-founded BlocLedger in 2016, a blockchain software company focused on document centric digital transformation. Al is the company's CEO. BlocLedger is a community contributor to Hyperledger Fabric and a member of IBM's Blockchain Board of Advisors. Prior to BlocLedger, he worked... Read More →
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Eric Vaughn

Co Founder | CTO, BlocLedger
Eric co-founded BlocLedger in 2016, a company focused on document centric digital transformation. Eric is the company’s CTO and a community contributor to Hyperledger Fabric. Prior to BlocLedger, he worked at EMC as Director Software Engineering. Eric has co-presented BlocLedger... Read More →

Wednesday December 12, 2018 16:40 - 17:20
Thursday, December 13


Cryptography, Security Modelling, Privacy, and Confidentiality in Hyperledger - Hart Montgomery, Fujitsu Laboratories of America
Achieving strong privacy and confidentiality on a blockchain can be a difficult thing to get right. In fact, it can even be difficult to map real-world privacy and confidentiality requirements into functional blockchain requirements. In this talk we discuss various aspects of cryptography, security modelling, and the techniques involved in different Hyperledger projects--including things like threshold signatures, SNARKs, security games, universally composable cryptography, the shared crypto-lib, Sawtooth's private data objects, and Fabric's channels--that enable us to build blockchains that have various privacy and confidentiality properties. We will give an overview of what it means to be a "secure" blockchain with regards to privacy and confidentiality and explain the best practices towards achieving this.


Hart Montgomery

Research Scientist in Cryptography, Fujitsu Laboratories of America
Hart Montgomery is a research scientist in cryptography at Fujitsu Laboratories of America. Hart received his B.S.E. from Princeton in 2008 and completed his Ph.D. in computer science at Stanford in 2014, during which he was awarded a Stanford Graduate Fellowship.He joined Fujitsu... Read More →

Thursday December 13, 2018 10:55 - 11:35


Running Hyperledger Sawtooth in Production - Duncan Johnston-Watt & Kevin O'Donnell, Blockchain Technology Partners
In this talk we provide a brief overview of Hyperledger Sawtooth and our rationale for focusing on this framework. We discuss the challenges of running Sawtooth in production and the benefits of standardizing on Kubernetes as the underlying container orchestration platform. We then introduce our blockchain management platform Sextant that delivers one-click deployment of enterprise-grade Hyperledger Sawtooth networks running on Kubernetes in the cloud. We explain how Sextant utilizes a Sawtooth distribution built, tested and maintained by us. We wrap with a demo of Sextant and call to action to get involved and try this out for yourself on AWS.

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Duncan Johnston-Watt

CEO, Blockchain Technology Partners
Duncan (Co-founder & CEO, Blockchain Technology Partners) is a regular keynote speaker, serial entrepreneur and pioneer with over thirty years experience in the software industry. He founded Cloudsoft Corporation, creator of the Apache Brooklyn open source project, serving as its... Read More →

Kevin O'Donnell

Chief Strategy Officer, Blockchain Technology Partners
BTP Chief Strategy Officer Kevin is co-founder of the devops platform Chill Code. He served as VP Infrastructure & Operations at JP Morgan from September 2012 until July 2016. Prior to this he served as VP Operations, Video Analytics at Nielsen following its acquisition of Glance... Read More →

Thursday December 13, 2018 10:55 - 11:35


Beyond Consensus in Permissioned Ledgers - Alysson Bessani, University of Lisbon
Permissioned ledgers such as Fabric employ consensus to avoid central points of failures without endangering the blockchain consistency. Much attention has been given to consensus algorithms, their scalability, performance, and fault model (crash or Byzantine). However, much less attention has been paid to auxiliary protocols such as state transfer and reconfiguration, that any consensus "engine" must also support.

In this talk, I'll discuss some essential performance and scalability aspects of some well-known crash and Byzantine fault-tolerant consensus protocols such as Raft and PBFT, illustrate some limitations of these protocols when recovering crashed nodes and reconfiguring the group, and show how to cope with these limitations. 

The last part of the talk will report the experience of my team on the design and implementation of the first Byzantine fault-tolerant orderer service for Fabric 1.1, showing how the issues above affected our system and pointing some features that should be considered if this project wants to avoid them. Finally, I'll finish the presentation with some suggestions for making Fabric more friendly to new ordering service implementations.

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Alysson Bessani

Professor, LaSIGE, FCUL, University of Lisbon
Alysson Bessani is an Associate Professor of the Department of Informatics of the University of Lisbon, Faculty of Sciences (Portugal), a researcher from LASIGE, and the co-founder of Vawlt (https://vawlt.io). He has 16 years of experience in consensus, Byzantine fault tolerance... Read More →

Thursday December 13, 2018 11:45 - 12:25


Case Study: Santiago Stock Exchange Blockchain Lending Repository. How to Get a Blockchain Project in Production - Marco Alarcon & Andrés Araya, Bolsa Comercio Santiago
At the Santiago Stock Exchange, we underwent a research project to be the first to implement a Blockchain based solution for the equity market in Chile.

In this session we will expose how we gestated this project since the design phase until how we started to deploy and run this in production, with all the problems that arose and how we solved them, using Hyperledger Fabric as the base framework.

We will expose the implemented architecture that allows today to operate this solution, and how this platform helps to reduce costs, improve trust between participants and enable new business models.

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Marco Alarcon

Lead Blockchain Architect, Bolsa Comercio Santiago
Computer Science's Master degree professional with more than 14 years of experience in R&D related with software engineering projects and financial solutions. Currently working at the chilean major Stock Exchange - Bolsa Comercio de Santiago (Santiago Stock Exchange), as Lead Blockchain... Read More →
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Andrés Araya Falcone

Chief Business Officer, Bolsa de Santiago
EVP and Chief Business Officer Santiago Stock Exchange and CCLV Clearing and Settlement, Chile www.bolsadesantiago.com | www.cclv.cl, has been named 2017 CIO of the Year award by the CETIUC (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile). Finance Professor & Blockchain Seminar in a Master... Read More →

Thursday December 13, 2018 11:45 - 12:25


Microledgers and Edge-Chains: A Primer - Daniel Hardman, Evernym
Evernym’s Chief Architect Daniel Hardman takes the Hyperledger community through Evernym’s work on Microledgers and Edge-Chains Architecture. Attendees will gain insight into the theory, applications and evolution in Hyperledger Indy along with a practical discussion of their potential.

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Daniel Hardman

Chief Architect, Evernym
Daniel is a contributor the DID spec, author of the Peer DID method spec, a Hyperledger Global Ambassador, Secretary of the Sovrin Foundation's Technical Governance Board, an architect of Hyperledger Indy's SDK, and a lead contributor to Hyperledger Aries. He has a quarter century... Read More →

Thursday December 13, 2018 13:45 - 14:25


Transparent Forest and Nature Management in Flanders (Belgium) using Hyperledger Fabric - Daan Poron, Kunstmaan | Accenture Interactive
Together with the Flemish government, Daan has been working on a proof of concept trying to give an active identity to pieces of land and let them interact with other stakeholders like the owners, maintainers, government employees, and contractors. In this presentation, Daan Poron will talk about their experience with Hyperledger Fabric for creating this proof of concept; the technical and UX design decisions they made, how they deployed this to multiple machines on Amazon AWS, the challenges they faced and the different open source tools they created for completing this proof of concept successfully.


Daan Poron

Senior Software Architect, Kunstmaan | Accenture Interactive
Daan is a passionate software architect/full-stack developer with Kunstmaan Accenture Interactive, the world's fastest growing digital agency with a global mission to create the world's best human brand experiences. As a thinker, dreamer & creator, Daan does not believe in... Read More →

Thursday December 13, 2018 14:35 - 15:15
  • Experience Level Any


Findings While Grafting Blockchain to Existing Enterprise Platform - Daniel A Zaretsky & Kevin Leeds, Pravici LLC
Real-world, empirical data/results will be the focus in the following areas: 1) Lessons learned during Integration of blockchain and existing Loyalty Platform 2) Strategy for authenticating the participants within and between systems. 3) PSR (performance, scalability, reliability) test results and status.

Pravici LLC are experts in Customer Loyalty Programs Systems and are currently implementing what may become one of the largest Customer Loyalty Programs in history. Dan Zaretsky, Pravici VP Blockchain and DLT will describe the results to-date for this exciting real-world application of blockchain.

Technical Overview:
o Business Network definition deploy – Hyperledger Composer
o Blockchain – Hyperledger Fabric
o Authentication – LDAP
o Enrollment – Certificates stored in wallets
o API 1: Legacy Back-end Blockchain – Web Services
o API 2: Front-end Blockchain – Web Services

The presentation will provide a to-date status of the project in the following areas: User/Participant Authentication, Performance characteristics, Scalability characteristics, Architecture Lessons, Integration Lessons. 

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Kevin Leeds

Software Architect, Pravici

Daniel A Zaretsky

VP Blockchain and DLT, Pravici LLC
Dan Zaretsky current profile-professional bio can be viewed here: www.linkedin.com/in/danzaretsky He has previously spoken at Oracle Open World and presented multiple Customer Success Stories on Loyalty Program implementations

Thursday December 13, 2018 15:45 - 16:25


Exploring the Relationships Between a Blockchain Reference Architecture, Design Patterns and Governance - Mohan Venkatamaran & Isaac Kunkel, Chainyard
This session will review a blockchain reference architecture that has been developed based on experience with Hyperledger Fabric. The presentation will first provide an overview of the reference model noting blockchain specific elements. It will then identify several specific technical and business patterns that are supported by the reference architecture. It will finish up by demonstrating how this blockchain specific reference architecture takes a holistic perspective of the solution, including both technical and business governance, for consideration during the design phase.

The reference model itself has dozens of elements which are grouped by business, users, application, tools and platform services. Within the platform services, we see sub-groupings of common and blockchain specific elements.

Patterns will include 8 design patterns that facilitate the development of blockchain solutions include several smart contract specific patterns.

The presentation will work to tie the importance of considering both technical and business governance into the design elements of the solution.

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Isaac Kunkel

SVP, Consulting Services, Chainyard
Isaac Kunkel is SVP, Consulting Services at Chainyard. Isaac has a rich leadership background in Software Engineering. He most recently served at TiVo as Senior Director of Engineering Operations and Services working in the Advanced Search & Recommendations Business Unit. Isaac came... Read More →
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Mohan Venkatamaran

CTO, Chainyard
Mohan Venkataraman is the CTO at Chainyard. He has over 25 years of IT experience. He has held previous consulting, engineering, or senior management roles with companies including Deloitte, Boston Consulting Group, MomentumSI (now VMware), Nortel Networks, MCI (now Verizon), NTT... Read More →

Thursday December 13, 2018 16:35 - 17:15