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Developing on Hyperledger Fabric

DURATION:

24 hours (3 days)

Course Description

This instructor-led Hyperledger training course is designed for developers and administrators who want to take a comprehensive deep dive on Hyperledger Fabric  and Hyperledger Composer. This Hyperledger training course has several comprehensive labs, giving you real world experience. The Certified Blockchain Developer Hyperledger Fabric exam is included with class.

 

In 3 days, you will learn the need for blockchain applications, where blockchain is used, and about Hyperledger Fabric, the open source framework for developing blockchain applications and solutions with a modular architecture. It will introduce you to the Hyperledger Composer tool that helps you create Hyperledger Fabric applications through several hands-on labs.

 

This course has been meticulously put together and taught by world-class subject matter experts. The live training expert will walk you through both overview topics and deep dive topics, such as steps to integrate/develop an application with Hyperledger Fabric. There are use cases, proof of concepts, as well as interactive lab work about the concepts.

Target Audience

This course is intended for programmers, application developers, system architects, network architects, network security architects or any IT professional with programming experience. It is mandatory that attendees have an understanding of Golang, Java or JavaScript as well as PKI and Docker.

Course Content

Module 1: Introduction to Blockchain

  • Introduction to Blockchain

  • What is Blockchain

  • Types of network

    • Public network

    • Permissioned network

    • Private network

  • Need for Blockchain Components

    • Consensus

    • Provenance

    • Immutability

  • Where can Blockchain be used

  • Example on Blockchain

Module 2: How Blockchain Works

  • How Blockchain Works

  • Structure of Blockchain

    • Block

    • Hash

    • Blockchain

    • Distributed

  • Lifecycle of Blockchain

  • Smart Contract

  • Consensus of Algorithm

    • Proof of Work

    • Proof of Stake

    • Practical Byzantine

    • Fault Tolerance

  • Actors of Blockchain

    • Blockchain developer

    • Blockchain operator

    • Blockchain regulator

    • Blockchain user

    • Membership service provider

  • Building A Small Blockchain Application

Module 3: Introduction to Hyperledger Fabric

  • Introduction to Hyperledger

    • What is Hyperledger

    • Why Hyperledger

    • Where can Hyperledger be used

  • Hyperledger Architecture

    • Membership

    • Blockchain

    • Transaction

    • Chaincode

  • Hyperledger Fabric

  • Features of Hyperledger

  • Fabric Installation of prerequisite

Module 4: Getting Started with Fabric Model

  • The Fabric Model

  • Features of Fabric Model

    • Chaincode

    • SDKs

    • Ledger

    • Privacy through channels

    • Security and Membership services

    • Assets

    • Consensus

  • Components of Fabric Model

    • Peer

    • Orderer

    • Certificate Authority

  • Building your network

Module 5: Chaincode

  • Chaincode

    • Chaincode API

    • How to write a Chaincode

  • Lab Work

Module 6: Architecture of Hyperledger Fabric

  • Architecture of Hyperledger Fabric

    • Transaction

    • Ledger

    • Nodes

    • Peer

    • Endorser

    • Ordering Nodes

    • Channels

    • Certificate Authority

  • Transaction Flow

  • Lab Work

Module 7: Bootstrapping

  • Bootstrapping the Network

  • Introduction

  • Lab Work

    • Task 1 - Generate the crypto material for the various participants.

    • Task 2 - Generate the genesis block for the Orderer node and start ordering service (solo node).

    • Task 3 - Generated the configuration transaction block to create a new channel.

    • Task 4 - Sign the configuration block and create the new channel.

    • Task 5 - Make peers of all the organizations join the channel that we created in Task 4

Module 8: Introduction to Hyperledger Explorer

  • Introduction To Hyperledger Explorer

  • Block Details Peer List

  • Chaincode List

  • Transaction Details

  • Installation of Hyperledger Explorer

  • Starting the Explorer App

Module 9: Introduction to Hyperledger Composer

  • Introduction

  • Components of Hyperledger Composer

  • Benefits of Hyperledger Composer

  • Key Concepts

  • Hyperledger Composer Solution

  • Installation

Module 10: Hyperledger Composer Playground

  • Hyperledger Composer Playground

  • Introduction

  • Playground Overview Lab Work

 

Note: This course is BYOD and students must bring their own laptop (Mac/PC/Linux).