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Tuesday, March 3 • 11:50am - 12:30pm
After Production: Prepare the Software Factory for Blockchain Maintenance - Marco Alarcon & Jaime Pradenas, Bolsa de Santiago

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Your Fabric project went live and is now on Production. After the celebration, it comes the not so exciting long term maintenance related to any IT system.

At the Santiago Stock Exchange, we underwent a process of knowledge transfer from the R&D team toward the Software Factory to keep the Exchange Blockchain network running and evolving, with unforseen challenges that arise from the use of Blockchain technology.

At the same time, the R&D team took the effort to plan the evolution of the Fabric network, with an aim to create a Blockchain Consortium and an explandable platform.

This session expose how to plan your blockchain architecture for the future and what are the core activities required to keep your Blockchain network running in the long term, when at the same time it evolves with the incorporations of new business cases, requirements and participants. This sessions ends with the current plan of the Santiago Stock Exchange regarding the next Blockchain platform that is under development.

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Marco Alarcon

Head of Blockchain, Bolsa de Santiago
Computer Science's Master degree professional with more than 15 years of experience in R&D related with software engineering projects and financial solutions.Responsible for the Blockchain adoption in the capital markets through R&D projects. Involved in multiple projects based on... Read More →
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Jaime Pradenas

Senior Product Manager Blockchain, Santiago Stock Exchange
Industrial engineering degree professional with more than 5 years of experience in R&D related with software engineering projects, business models and financial solutions.

Tuesday March 3, 2020 11:50am - 12:30pm MST
101 A
  Technical Track