Newly Named: Byzantine Browser

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Keyhole Labs would like to announce the name change of our open source tool for Hyperledger Fabric blockchain networks. 

Previously known as the Keyhole Software Blockchain Browser, the tool is now known as the Byzantine Browser. 

The KHS Byzantine Browser is an analytics tool for real-time visibility into transactions and blocks as they are added to a Hyperledger Fabric blockchain network. The application was built using React and Node.js. It is Apache 2.0 open-source licensed.

Development: Java Microservices Migration With OpenShift

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Project Overview Keyhole Consultants are currently leading an initiative at a large financial services firm to move a large, monolithic, legacy application running in the organization’s “on-premise” data center, to a microservice-based suite of applications running in the “cloud.” The application is being iteratively moved to containers, orchestrated by Kubernetes in the AWS Cloud. The effort was centered on developing …

Building Vagrant Boxes with VeeWee on TravisCI

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(Pro Tip: you can safely skip the first 3 paragraphs) We’ve all been there: You push some .travis.yml commits and your clone gets parachuted into VM Land – only to find that things don’t go quite as expected. As the credits roll, you can’t help but feel a little anger towards your clone. How could it just blindly follow the script …