Introduction To Blockchain With Hyperledger Fabric

Keyhole Learning Services Course

This hands-on course provides an in-depth introduction to blockchain technology & developing blockchain networks with Hyperledger Fabric.


Purpose

See hands-on how key features of Hyperledger Fabric support the next generation of shared systems of record.

Audience

Software Developers and Software Architects who are considering implementing a blockchain network with Hyperledger

Prerequisites
At least one year of programming experience in a professional environment
Investment

Online: $350  |  Onsite: $595  |  Priced Per Attendee

Introduction To Hyperledger Fabric

This course provides an in-depth introduction to blockchain networks implemented with Hyperledger Fabric. Students will see hands-on how key Hyperledger Fabric features support the next generation of shared systems of record.

In this course, your enterprise team will undergo a series of hands-on lab/lecture sessions conducted online or in person with Keyhole Software Sr. Consultants.

Through the course, attendees work hands-on with a reference Hyperledger Fabric blockchain network including all source code.


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Who Is This Blockchain Course For?


  • Individuals or enterprise teams looking to understand blockchain technology created with Hyperledger Fabric
  • Software developers interested in blockchain technology
  • Software developers interested in permission blockchain networks and how they can enhance enterprise software development
  • Anyone trying to compare blockchain technologies and frameworks and want a hands-on look into an open source permissioned solution
  • Developers seeking efficient ways to make data trustworthy and up to date.

What Will I Learn?


  • Features and capabilities of a blockchain
  • What makes Hyperledger Fabric blockchains more applicable to enterprise
  • Anatomy of a Hyperledger Fabric blockchain, its communication structures, transactions, blocks, and security
  • How to write your own chaincode (commonly known as Smart Contracts) to execute business logic automatically in a blockchain
  • Identity and authorization of permissioned blockchains
  • Hands-on creation of a Hyperledger Fabric blockchain implementation

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Environment Requirements


  • Console/Terminal

    CLI commands will be issued from Windows, Linux, or OSX terminal sessions.

  • Code Editor

    Some kind of text editor is required.

  • Docker

    Network elements and CLI containers will be run as Docker images. Therefore, Docker needs to be installed on your workstation.

Schedule This Course


This course is offered in various time increments including Five One-Hour Sessions and One Full-Day Session. You may request an alternate class time or have our instructor travel to your location. To schedule this course on-site or online, please fill out this form: