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March 31: Blockchain Revolution State of The UnionMarch 12, 2020
[Video] Azure App Modernization & Innovation Day with Keyhole & Microsoft: Remote, 4/15February 25, 2020
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The features provided by blockchain technology can help businesses to lower costs, improve efficiency, and lower risk. This case study will walk through a Hyperledger Fabric reference blockchain with a focus on showing the potential value for enterprise-level organizations.
Cloud technologies provide many of the building blocks to help businesses achieve their goals and prepare for the future. This white paper is a solution-agnostic resource to help understand enterprise cloud modernization and which strategy is right for your business.
What exactly is blockchain and how will it help my business? Here we'll discuss a number of topics related to blockchain with a particular emphasis on the enterprise. This white paper is intended to help managers and executives in their decision-making process when it comes to blockchain.
The healthcare industry has long struggled with the secure sharing of data and up-to-date patient testing. Blockchain technology offers a solution to that problem. This white paper shows a HIPAA-compliant blockchain solution & implementation for efficient, near real-time lab results.
Featured Keyhole Educators
David Pitt is a Sr. Solutions Architect and a Managing Partner of Keyhole Software. With more than 25 years of IT experience, David has spent the last 15 years leading and mentoring development teams utilizing Java and .NET technologies.
Jaime Niswonger is a Principal Consultant with Keyhole Software and brings 20 years of IT experience to the podium. He has been consulting nearly his entire career, which has allowed him to be exposed to a wide spectrum of technologies, processes, and problem spaces.
He has spent considerable time mentoring and training enterprise IT developers around the globe. He has pursued finding the ‘sweet-spots’ within the plethora of libraries and frameworks available and hopes to help ease that transition a bit for you when it comes to Containerization & Kubernetes.
Dallas Monson is a proven strategic and tactical leader/architect with 16+ years in multiple technology stacks and ability to apply advice, patterns and practices in both .NET and Java ecosystems.
In recent projects, Dallas has provided architectural direction, coaching, mentoring and team building throughout multiple industries. Most recently, he led a large-scale modernization effort moving several million lines of COBOL to end-state .NET core architecture emphasizing microservices and several cloud technologies.