Hyperledger is an open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies. Tracy Kuhrt shares what’s new with Hyperledger, including projects that have reached 1.0 production level and what that means. She also touches on new integrations among different Hyperledger technologies, including Hyperledger Sawtooth and Hyperledger Burrow, and offers a quick intro to four new projects that were accepted into incubation in 2017: Hyperledger Burrow, Hyperledger Indy, Hyperledger Composer, and Hyperledger Quilt. Tracy concludes by discussing development efforts and how developers can get involved, aspirations for the projects, and what to expect in subsequent releases.
This session is sponsored by Hyperledger.
Tracy Kuhrt is community architect of Hyperledger at the Linux Foundation. Tracy has had a varied career working in the automotive manufacturing, pharmaceutical, microelectronics, and ecommerce industries. Previously, Tracy was a principal member of the technical staff on the strategic architecture team at PayPal and developed compilers, assemblers, and linkers for 8- and 16-bit microcontrollers at Microchip Technologies, using open source software.
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