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Hyperledger @ Cincinnati Ethereum Meetup

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Introducing Hyperledger
by Karen Ottoni
Ecosystem Manager
The Linux Foundation

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Hyperledger @ Cincinnati Ethereum Meetup

  1. 1. Cincinnati Ethereum Meetup August 28, 2018 Karen L. Ottoni Ecosystem Manager, Hyperledger The Linux Foundation
  2. 2. Look to The Linux Foundation For the last 16 years, The Linux Foundation has provided unparalleled support for open source communities through financial and intellectual resources, governance structure, IT infrastructure, services, events, and training. Dedicated to building sustainable ecosystems around open source projects, The Linux Foundation is working with the global technology community to solve the world’s hardest problems through open source and creating the largest shared technology investment in history. The Linux Foundation is the umbrella organization for more than 50 open source projects accelerating open technology development and commercial adoption. Some of the game-changing initiatives hosted by The Linux Foundation include:
  3. 3. Open source collaborative effort to advance cross- industry blockchain technologies Hosted by The Linux Foundation, fastest-growing project in LF history Global collaboration spanning finance, banking, IoT, supply chains, manufacturing and technology
  4. 4. Create enterprise grade software open source, distributed ledger frameworks & code bases to support business transactions Provide community-driven infrastructures that are open, neutral and supported by technical and business governance Build technical communities to develop blockchain and shared ledger POCs, use cases, field trials and deployments Promote our communities taking a toolkit approach with many platforms and frameworks Educate the public about the market opportunity for blockchain technology Hyperledger Goals Where open source teams build diverse approaches for business blockchain
  5. 5. 2.5 Years since launch 47K+ Commits 5 Tools 5 Frameworks 2 1.0 Production Releases 260+ Members (50+ in AsiaPac) 8 Active Community Working Groups 100+ Meetups Worldwide 30K+ Meetup Participants 2,000+ Media Clips Per Month Hyperledger Momentum
  6. 6. The Hyperledger technical community is 100% open. It is never pay-to-play with Hyperledger’s business blockchain technologies. You can participate as an individual, an employee of a company that is not a member, or as a corporate member. Our collaborative software development approach ensures the transparency and longevity required to bring blockchain forward to commercial adoption. Hyperledger is led by a diverse group of technical contributors. Send your developers! Anyone is welcome to participate and contribute to Hyperledger technical codebases, regardless of corporate membership status. Governed by technical meritocracy, Hyperledger is vendor-neutral. Contributions undergo a rigorous peer review process, but are welcome from anyone. Open Source Collaboration
  7. 7. Community Stewardship and Technical, Legal, Marketing, Organizational Infrastructure Frameworks Tools Permissioned with channel support Mobile application focusDecentralized identityPermissionable smart contract machine (EVM) As-a-service deployment View and explore data on the blockchain Ledger interoperabilityBlockchain framework benchmark platform Model and build blockchain networks Tools Permissioned & permissionless support; EVM transaction family
  8. 8. Available Tools ● Common software license: Apache v2 ● Common IP framework: the Developer Certificate of Origin ● Collaboration tools (Gerrit, Jira, Chat, email) ● Promotion and branding ● Security processes and practices for bugs A Team of Developer Volunteers ● Build code in the open ● Manage individual roadmaps and release schedules ● Responsible for following Hyperledger policies and requirements ● Align modular code with other projects Infrastructure from The Linux Foundation ● Executive Director ● Business Operations ● Technical Staff for Security, Ecosystem and Community Development ● Communications Staff for Marketing, PR and Events ● Legal Counsel ● Membership Sales Architecture of Hyperledger Projects
  9. 9. Resources
  10. 10. Visit www.hyperledger.org Learn Build Contribute
  11. 11. Blockchain: Understanding Its Uses and Implications Understand exactly what a blockchain is, its impact and potential for change around the world, and analyze use cases in technology, business, and enterprise products and institutions. Recommended Self-Paced Training An Intro and Tutorial for Hyperledger Technologies This introductory course is carefully curated for both nontechnical and technical audiences. It examines blockchains for the enterprise and a number of pertinent use cases. Learn how to start building blockchain applications with Hyperledger frameworks. Both Courses are Free, optional certificate of completion available.
  12. 12. Community Working Groups Technical Steering Committee Architecture Working Group Identity Working Group Performance and Scalability Working Group Technical Working Group China Training and Education Working Group White paper Working Group Healthcare Working Group Public Sector Working Group View on demand video: Blockchain Projects and Working Groups by Hyperledger Technical and Sector Working Groups are open to the public
  13. 13. Subscribe to Hyperledger Mailing Lists Attend Hyperledger Hackfests and upcoming blockchain events Get the latest development updates from the wiki Engage in the discussion on Chat Search for Open Bugs, or Report a New One, in Our Bug Database Start or join a local Hyperledger Meetup Participate in the Working Group meetings Check out all the Hyperledger business blockchain technologies and download our codebases Attend our monthly: How to Participate Live Session with Q&A OR view previously recorded sessions A Few Ways to Participate
  14. 14. 30K+ Members 100+Groups 52 Countries Hyperledger Global Meetups Visit: https://www.meetup.com/pro/hyperledger/
  15. 15. ● Open to members and non members ● Over 1,200 users and dev contributors attending ● Both a technical and enterprise track will be available ● Unique opportunity to showcase leadership ● Gain valuable mindshare with an elite audience ● Member Only Discounts! 2018 Hyperledger Global Forum Visit Event Website
  16. 16. October 3–4, Montreal Hyperledger will be holding a Hackfest immediately following the Member Summit, October 3-4 and it is open to the public. Space is limited and requires a separate registration from Member Summit. If you are interested in registering for the Hackfest, please register using the link below.
  17. 17. Questions? Karen Ottoni Ecosystem Manager, Hyperledger kottoni@linuxfoundation.org

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