- Paperback: 310 pages
- Publisher: WOW! eBook (April 30, 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1789534887
- ISBN-13: 978-1789534887
Hyperledger Cookbook: Explore the entire Hyperledger blockchain family, including frameworks such as Fabric, Sawtooth, Indy, Burrow, and Iroha; and tools such as Composer, Explorer, and Caliper
Hyperledger is an open-source project and creates private blockchain applications for a range of domains. This book will be your desk reference as you explore common and not-so-common challenges faced while building blockchain networks using Hyperledger services.
We’ll work through all Hyperledger platform modules to understand their services and features and build end-to-end blockchain applications using various frameworks and tools supported by Hyperledger. This book’s independent, recipe-based approach (packed with real-world examples) will familiarize you with the blockchain development cycle. From modeling a business network to integrating with various tools, you will cover it all. We’ll cover common and not-so-common challenges faced in the blockchain life cycle. Later, we’ll delve into how we can interact with the Hyperledger Fabric blockchain, covering all the principles you need to master, such as chaincode, smart contracts, and much more. We’ll also address the scalability and security issues currently faced in blockchain development.
- Create the most popular permissioned blockchain network with Fabric and Composer
- Build permissioned and permission-less blockchains using Sawtooth
- Utilize built-in Iroha asset/account management with role-based permissions
- Implement and run Ethereum smart contracts with Burrow
- Get to grips with security and scalability in Hyperledger
- Explore and view blockchain data using Hyperledger Explorer
- Produce reports containing performance indicators and benchmarks using Caliper
By the end of this Hyperledger Cookbook book, you will be able to implement each recipe to plan, design, and create a full-fledged, private, decentralized application to meet organizational needs.