Phoenix, Arizona
March 3-6
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Wednesday, March 4 • 2:50pm - 3:30pm
View from the Trenches: Practical Issues In Enterprise Blockchain Implementations and Potential Solutions - Baohua Yang, Oracle

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This session will discuss some critical problems and requirements when implementing the Hyperledger Fabric blockchain in real-world implementations, including node recovery, blockchain checkpointing, and byzantine fault-tolerant consensus.Although the original public blockchains rely on a self-sovereign management style with complete decentralization, in the enterprise-based consortium blockchains the participating enterprises are often concerned about maintaining their own nodes with efficiency and resiliency, while at the same time, working as part of a cross-company blockchain network.This requires a secure and flexible governance model and on-chain collaboration mechanisms to address the many operational issues at different layers of the blockchain network – from interoperable connections, to storage management, membership governance, chaincode distribution, etc. We will share our experience and approaches to addressing these considerations and invite further technical discussions in the community towards practical solutions.

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Baohua Yang

Principal Architect, Oracle America, Inc.
Baohua Yang is currently leading the research and development of Oracle's Blockchain as the principal architect. He has been linked into the system and algorithm areas for 10+ years, with interests on Distributed System and Data Science. He is an open source developer, and has served... Read More →

Wednesday March 4, 2020 2:50pm - 3:30pm MST
104 A
  Technical Track