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Hyperledger Fabric in Enterprise Cloud; Hyperledger Fabric v1.2 and beyond

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Agenda:

6:00 pm to 6:30 pm - Guests Arrive, Dinner Buffet and Networking
6:30 to 7:10 pm – Integrating Hyperledger Fabric into an Enterprise Cloud Platform, Q&A
7:10 to 7:50 pm – Hyperledger Fabric v1.2 and beyond, Q&A
7:50 to 8:30 pm – A live demonstration of supply chain Trade Finance on blockchain, Q&A

Speaker 1 : Mark Rakhmilevich is Senior Director, Blockchain Product Management; he has worked with enterprises on distributed systems and transaction processing in banks, payments, telcos, insurance, and government for over 20 years. He currently works with Blockchain Cloud Service engineering in Oracle Middleware and PaaS Development to address the needs of enterprise customers and SI & ISV partners with scalable, secure, and managed cloud platform for deployment of enterprise-oriented blockchain networks. He helps guide customers and partners around the world in applying blockchain technology to a broad range of business challenges, supporting discovery and sharing best practices, deployment models, and integration architecture to facilitate rapid experimentation and production-ready results. Mark writes and frequently speaks at industry conferences on enterprise blockchain.

Topic: “Integrating Hyperledger Fabric into an Enterprise Cloud Platform”.

Abstract:
Enterprise customer adoption of blockchain technologies and Fabric in particular depends on simplifying the deployment and provisioning of all the underlying dependencies, creating a resilient and supportable platform for development and day-to-day operations, as well as rapidly integrating the applications that interact with Fabric smart contracts to run transactions or query the ledger. This session will describe how Hyperldeger Fabric can be deployed into and leverage modern cloud platform capabilities. The technical requirements and integration points will be discussed and specific areas illustrated based on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

Speaker 2 : Ranga Krishnan is VP Technology at Skuchain. He has been working with Hyperledger Fabric since its initial launch in 2016 and has run several developer education meetups including a four part course on Hyperledger Fabric in 2017. He has spoken at industry conferences of BAFT, ATFA, ICC Banking Commission, Cleantech Forum and IoT World to educate and advance the adoption of blockchain in enterprise and commerce.

Topic: “Hyperledger Fabric 1.2 and beyond”.

Abstract:
With the move to a 3 month release cycle, Hyperledger Fabric is due to release version 1.2 in June 2018. This session will describe the new features in version 1.2 and discuss the roadmap for future releases. Specifically the privacy enhancing features in 1.2 such as Side DB and the recent announcement of Zero Knowledge Asset Transfer (ZKAT) in Hyperledger Fabric will discussed.

Speaker 3 : Arun Kanchi is CEO of Exafort. He is an entrepreneur and investor in Cloud, Mobile and Blockchain technologies. Prior to Exafort, he worked as CIO of Force10 Networks and Arista Networks. He has been working with the Oracle Autonomous Blockchain Service (OABC) since its alpha version was released in fall of 2017. He is building blockchain accelerators for enterprises on OABC fabric and enabling rapid integration and deployment of pre-built blockchain solutions for enterprise use cases to perform multi-party transactions, business process automation and tamper-proof sharing of data between business partners.

Topic: A live demonstration of supply chain Trade Finance on blockchain

Abstract:
A live demonstration of supply chain Trade Finance on blockchain. Limit the time and costs associated with intermediary processing, eliminate cumbersome offline reconciliation and reduce fraud risks. Banks, buyers, sellers, carriers, insurance providers and govt. agencies can process Trade Finance requests, issue and operate financial instruments, endorse transactions and documentary evidences, track shipments, trigger payment transfers, etc. on a permitted Hyperledger fabric.