The BlocWatch team will be speaking and exhibiting next week at the Blockchain Expo North America conference in Santa Clara (booth 715). Please stop by to visit the team to discuss ways BlocWatch can help you monitor, analyze, and secure your blockchain network.
Hyperledger Sawtooth, an enterprise blockchain platform designed for building distributed ledger applications and networks, has recently released V1.2. The new release brings forth support for iOS and Android development. Similar to countless other blockchain initiatives, the Sawtooth project continues to grow and show major potential for use cases today across several industries.
You’ve successfully set up your Blockchain network on some platform (Hyperledger Fabric, Ethereum, Corda, Quorum, etc…) and made it past your proof of concept and pre-production stages. While Blockchain is inherently secure as an immutable (can’t be altered) data structure, it still requires keeping an eye on the users, algorithms, and incoming data interacting on your chain.
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.
When you put a new network into production, you need to start actively monitoring your blockchain and auditing it. Here are five important steps you should take:
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.