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Blockchain for the Enterprise

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Blockchain technology is increasingly being considered for applications in business contexts due to its key properties. It is also very much hyped for its potential to transform existing industries and business models. In Part 1, we will introduce the key properties of blockchain, its limitations, the field and the relevance for SAP and enterprises in general. In Part 2, we will focus on one of the prominent suites available today and provide an demonstration of the POC we’ve developed.

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Blockchain for the Enterprise

  1. 1. Blockchain for the Enterprise Iemke Kooijman Martijn Hulshof 25-11-2017
  2. 2. Experis Ciber and emerging technologies Blockchain Research questions: • What is blockchain: capabilities, strengths and limitations • What does the blockchain field look like (public/private blockchain): Key players • What scenarios legitimate blockchain technology? How: • Tech first approach, application driven • Multidisciplinary teams • Agile development Aim: • Build knowledge and share expertise • Identify valuable use cases for business
  3. 3. Goals & Agenda Session goal: Introduce core capabilities of blockchain technology and application in an enterprise context Agenda: Part 1: • What is blockchain? • SAP & Blockchain • Use case Part 2: • Hyperledger Fabric overview • Sample transaction flow • POC demonstration
  4. 4. What is Blockchain The purpose of blockchain is to enable secure value transfers across a distributed network without a need for trusted third parties. Key properties: • Decentralized (P2P) • Consensus • Cryptography for authentication & immutability • Programmable Blockchain is NOT: • Bitcoin • Internet 2.0
  5. 5. Gartner Hype Cycle - 2017
  6. 6. What is blockchain – Public deployment 1200+ Cryptocurrencies, $250.000.000.000 Market cap
  7. 7. What is Blockchain – Private deployment The quest for enterprise grade ‘blockchains’ • Reuse/modification of proven technologies • Focus on business networks (B2B) • Scaling benefits for transaction processing • Registration/enrollment procedures: Security and authorization concepts • Large open source communities driven by software vendors • Blockchain-as-a-Service PaaS offerings
  8. 8. SAP & Blockchain Q1 2017: SAP Ariba partners with Everledger to include ‘blockchain capabilities’ in Ariba’s cloud products; - ‘[…] to align with SAP corporate strategy on blockchain’ TrueRec: Record verifiable proof of Open SAP certificates on ‘public’ Ethereum blockchain using CF app Part of SAP Cloud Platform Leonardo Innovation portfolio: • Blockchain as a Service (alpha) – Co-innovation program for early access through SAP Jam • Integration services for IoT, ML and S/4 HANA. Proof of concept with Ripple DLT for SAP Payment Engine via SCP CF to efficiently process cross-border payments. Platinum member Hyperledger consortium and founding member of Blockchain Research Institute
  9. 9. Typical use case: Supply Chain Management
  10. 10. Typical use case: Supply Chain Management
  11. 11. Conclusion - Part 1 Making the case for blockchain • Blockchain is bleeding edge technology, still high on the ‘hype cycle’ • There is an increasing business interest into the capabilities of blockchain for driving standardization and process integration in business networks • Blockchain fits to the digital transformation paradigm; technological means to redesign business models and processes
  12. 12. Part 2 – Hyperledger Fabric Introduction • Fabric initially developed in-house by IBM • Code base contributed to Hyperledger foundation, which is hosted by The Linux Foundation since January 2016. Mission statement (excerpt): ‘Create an enterprise grade, open source distributed ledger framework and code base, upon which users can build and run robust, industry-specific applications, platforms and hardware systems to support business transactions.’ ‘Create an open source, technical community to benefit the ecosystem of HLP solution providers and users, focused on blockchain and shared ledger use cases that will work across a variety of industry solutions’ • Next to Fabric, Hyperledger also hosts other blockchain projects like Sawtooth and Burrow
  13. 13. Hyperledger Fabric - Basic Architecture
  14. 14. Hyperledger Fabric – Sample transaction flow • Scenario: - 2 organizations: Org A, Org B - 2 Peer nodes - A user from Org A wants to submit a Purchase Order transaction • Client A submits a proposal to write to the ledger via a signed ‘propose message’ to Endorsing Peers A and B. Source: http://hyperledger- fabric.readthedocs.io/en/latest/txflow.html
  15. 15. Hyperledger Fabric – Sample transaction flow • The Endorsing Peers (Peer A, Peer B) verify - If transaction proposal is well formed - If transaction has not been submitted before - If the signature is valid - Client authorization (write operation) Inputs are ‘processed’ against current state and a signed response value (read/write set) is send back as a ‘response message’. • The client inspects and compares the results
  16. 16. Hyperledger Fabric – Sample transaction flow • The client assembles endorsements into a transaction payload via ‘transaction message’. • Transaction send to Ordering Service Nodes (OSN) • OSN deliver blocks to Peer Nodes, which verify: - Endorsement policy conditions - No intermediate state changes for variable set If okay; Tx = validated, if not Tx = invalid
  17. 17. Hyperledger Fabric – Sample transaction flow • Peer nodes append block with tx’s to their chain. - Immutable via hash chain • Valid transactions update (write) the current state database • Peer emits event to client after commit; - ‘Transaction is added’ and - Is ‘validated’ or ‘invalidated’ • Org A now purchased the radices and the transaction is immutably stored in the ledger
  18. 18. Hyperledger Fabric – POC Perishables SCM • Objectives: - Accurately track perishable products accross globalized end-to-end supply chain - Use smart contract to process payments depending on contractually agreed shipping conditions • Participants: Grower, Quality official, Customs office, Shipper, Importer, Supermarket, Consumer • Notes: - IBM Bluemix (Cloud) BaaS trial used: including a CA, 1 peer node, 1 ordering node, client - Hyperledger composer - Playground
  19. 19. Hyperledger Fabric – POC Demo

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