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Blockchain in Practice

  1. Blockchain in Practice Webinar | 20 May 2020 1
  2. Hi, I am Bernard Founder and Chief Innovation Officer at Codit 2
  3. 3 On the Agenda | Why Blockchain? | Use cases | Projects we are working on and demo | Technology | Q&A
  4. Why Blockchain? 4
  5. Why Blockchain? 5 Blockchain is not the solution to solve all your problems …
  6. 6 Blockchain is an ingredient
  7. Blockchain is a Trust Machine 7 Avoids black box silos Provides verifyable and open solution architectures Driven by community peers who share the same goal or benefit
  8. Use Cases 8
  9. 9 Some Use Case Examples | Cryptocurrencies
  10. 10 Some Use Case Examples | Cryptocurrencies | Voting
  11. 11 Some Use Case Examples | Cryptocurrencies | Voting | Property & Asset Transfers
  12. 12 Some Use Case Examples | Cryptocurrencies | Voting | Property & Asset Transfers | Verification (Claims, Publications, Telemetry, …)
  13. Projects We Are Working On 13
  14. 14 Diploma Certification | Verifyable proofs of diplomas are signed by the approving authority | Stakekholders: Students, Schools, Employers, Recruiters, …
  15. 15 Machine Performance Tracking | Business shift from "product-selling" to "as-a-service" model | Customers are billed for effective up-time | Blockchain tracks up-time and performance of the machine via industrial IoT telemetry. Invoicing can be veryfied / recalculated by both parties.
  16. 16 Release of Containers | Containers are not released before conditions are fulfilled | Automated business process by shared rules between consortium partners | Blockchain nodes execute smart contracts as a decentralized application (dApp)
  17. 17 Traceability of Fresh Goods | Secure chain from field to fork | Strenghthen trust between suppliers, retailers and transporters | All parties send IoT telemetry data to a shared ledger, accessible and transparent to all
  18. Fresh Goods Demo 18
  19. Architecture 19 Web UI (Azure App Service) IoT Simulator API (Azure App Service) Azure Storage Data Off-Chain On-Chain Ethereum on Azure Proof-of-Work or Proof of Authority
  20. Let Me Show You 20
  21. Technology 21
  22. Blockchain & Microsoft March 2018 Presentation title 22 | No blockchain node technology (so far) | Agnostic offering | Infrastructure in Azure | IaaS | Network, load balancing, VM’s | Preconfigured for blockchain(s) | SaaS | Blockchain as a Service | Generated UI-forms for every smart contract transaction | Including security and storage | PaaS | Etherium Consortium | HyperLedger | Etc …
  23. Azure Blockchain Development Kit 23 Horizontal SaaS & adapters Data Platform (ML/BI) Secure Off- Chain Storage Monitoring & Security API Management Enterprise Integration Identity & Key Management Quickly integrate with business apps Extend to the tools you know with Client apps & devices Enterprise ledger Connect to the cloud without the heavy lifting
  24. Azure Blockchain Development Kit 24 Azure Blockchain Workbench Horizontal SaaS & adapters Data Platform (ML/BI) Secure Off- Chain Storage Monitoring & Security API Management Enterprise Integration Identity & Key Management Client apps & devices Enterprise ledger
  25. Next Steps 25
  26. Our Approach 26 Project-Based Implementation of a Node Back-end cloud solution DevOps with continiuous integration & testing
  27. Build Your Blockchain in 3 Steps 27 Identify a (small) use case Setup a blockchain infrastructure on your cloud Create a consortium by inviting your first Partner 1 2 3
  28. Feedback Q&A 28
  29. Thanks! 29

Hinweis der Redaktion

  1. Just like a database, a queueing system, a web server => on their own, they don’t do anything meaningfull Hype cycle: currently big cool down … (also in the media … even poor/no cryptocurrencies)   By 2023, blockchain platforms will scale better, become interoperable: will support smart contract portability and cross chain functionality. They will also support trusted private transactions with the data confidentiality required. All together, these technology advances will take us much closer to mainstream blockchain and the decentralized web, also known as Web 3.0,”
  2. Silos = GAFA’s Twitter, Fb, Instagram, Amazone, Google apps => identity & personal data is in their hands ??? (it’s like being ‘naked in front of a stranger you don’t trust….’) BC avoid 3rd parties, by a peer-to-peer organization / network of computers of participating parties => Everybody has a copy of the application (dApp) => and runs that copy in their own infrastructure, (can be Managed Services Provider / cloud subscription) … BUT they control !!! => everybody can verify what happens with their identity & data (SSI)
  3. Public Blockchains
  4. notaries
  5. Intellectual Property / Verification against ‘Fake News’ = someone can place a signed proof of the source of a publication => give trust to the reader !