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    Comparing BlocWatch to Hyperledger Explorer and Quorum Cakeshop

    Jan 17, 2020 / by BlocWatch posted in Quorum, Hyperledger Fabric, Hyperledger Explorer, Quorum Cakeshop

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    Institutions require comprehensive monitoring to fulfill operational, security, and compliance mandates. Failures and compromises in production systems can easily cause millions in losses. As the below comparison shows, both Hyperledger Explorer and Quorum Cakeshop are open source tools that offer basic blockchain monitoring. BlocWatch, however, offers a far broader and deeper solution that has been tailored to enterprise monitoring requirements.

    If it is critical that your blockchain network is running 24/7 we strongly recommend that you consider using the BlocWatch platform.

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    Managed Blockchain in under 15 minutes with Amazon Quick Start

    Oct 10, 2019 / by BlocWatch posted in Blockchain, Monitoring, Management, Hyperledger Fabric, Amazon, Deployment

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    Emerging technologies are often difficult to understand and even harder to implement. With the release of Amazon Quick Starts (AQS), software architects are now able to deploy a wide range of different technologies in near real-time. Ranging from SAP databases to IBM Machine Learning to Managed Blockchains, AQS cuts down countless steps into just a couple of manual procedures. This is a huge benefit to companies that are interested in testing the waters without having to pump money into proof of concepts. The benefits of deploying a managed blockchain on AQS span further than saving time and capital.

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    Hyperledger Releases Avalon!

    Oct 8, 2019 / by BlocWatch posted in Blockchain, Avalon, Technology, Hyperledger Fabric, Trusted Compute Framework

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    Hyperledger recently announced the much-anticipated release of its latest project: Avalon. Avalon represents a trusted computing framework and, by extension, a leap forward in addressing the key blockchain issues of scalability and confidentiality. Before Avalon, users often addressed these issues by conducting the relevant transactions off-chain. That choice represented a trade-off where users sacrificed transparency which is gained through on-chain transaction for off-chain transactional speed and security.

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    Top Five Differences between Ethereum and Hyperledger Fabric

    Jan 29, 2019 / by BlocWatch posted in Ethereum, Architecture, Hyperledger Fabric

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    Both Ethereum and Hyperledger Fabric are Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) frameworks built on the blockchain concept. They differ in several important ways, however. Ethereum was designed as a public blockchain that would enable distributed computing applications; Hyperledger Fabric is a permissioned private blockchain designed for use among large enterprises and business groups. Here are their five most important differences:

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    BlocWatch Secures $5.5 Million Funding Round

    Jan 1, 2019 / by BlocWatch posted in Monitoring, Money, Technology, Hyperledger Fabric, Funding, Start up

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    BlocWatch, the leading enterprise blockchain monitoring, analytics, and security company, announces the closing of a $5.5 million funding round. The funds will be deployed to help BlocWatch expand its blockchain management platform used for enterprise implementations of Hyperledger Fabric, Ethereum, and Corda.

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