Corporate Blockchain Training: Quick Start with Hyperledger Fabric [New York]


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Nobody likes boring theory. With the emphasis on practical labs, this quick-start training will let you get hands dirty into enterprise blockchain architecture right at the training. Become fully armed to write a basic chaincode, administer the network, and create a POC on top of Hyperledger Fabric in just three days.

Who should attend

  • DevOps engineers deploying and operating distributed applications on the cloud-based infrastructure

  • Developers writing chaincode in Golang/Java/Node.js

  • Everyone who wants to start working on their own PoC

  • Everyone who wants to be prepared for the Certified Hyperledger Fabric Administrator exam

Why enroll

  • Get scripts for automated Hyperledger Fabric network configuration and deployment of the multi-host Hyperledger Fabric with the Solo orderer and a Kafka cluster

  • Practice chaincode implementation for popular blockchain use cases

  • Get REST API developed for Hyperledger Fabric

Prerequisites and skills

All attendees work on their laptops with:

  • Local installation of Ubuntu 16 (dual boot or virtual)

  • Docker, Docker-compose, Golang v1.8 or higher

  • An IDE with Golang support: Eclipse, VSCode, JetBrains

Basic knowledge of Golang, Java, or JavaScript (syntax, control flow)

Basic understanding of PKI and Docker

By the end of the course participants will:

  • Be fully armed to configure, set up, and manage the enterprise blockchain application life cycle

  • Be proficient in writing the chaincode to implement advanced business logic

  • Have an application with a universal configuration deployed on their working stations with a basic chaincode and the REST API

  • Able to architect modular structures integrating Fabric with external file storages

Enterprise blockchain training program

Day 1.

Hyperledger Fabric concept and fundamentals (Theory)

  • An architecture, a consensus mechanism, and a transaction flow

  • Fabric CA and Membership Service Provider (MSP)

  • Anatomy of configuration files and crypto material

Practical advice: How to start a corporate blockchain project

  • Prototyping the distributed ledger(s) for each channel

  • Defining the sources of all types of data

  • Drawing the diagrams of all business processes: the Actors, and how they are supposed to interact with the ledger(s)

  • Describing algorithms for the chaincode for each channel

Use Hyperledger Composer to create your first application (Hands-on)

Practice with a Demo-network (PoC)

  • Supply chain management: assets origin and transfer

  • OTC trading platform: peer-to-peer direct deals

Day 2.

Chaincode (Theory)

  • Fabric Chaincode anatomy overview; chaincode example

  • Chaincode events

  • Chaincode interaction between channels

  • How to start writing the chaincode: implementation of business logic of basic use cases

Application lifecycle management (Hands-on)

  • Setting up a Hyperledger Fabric network in a developer mode (on a single host)

  • Chaincode installation and instantiation

  • Endorsement policy configuration and change

  • Chaincode modification or upgrade

Use CLI commands to manage the application running on Fabric (Hands-on)

  • Customizing the application

  • Reconfiguring the network: adding a new channel and chaincode

  • Adding new Organizations to the channel

  • Troubleshooting the network: analyzing peer logs

Key Chaincode patterns applied to popular use-cases (Hands-on)

  • Chaincode implementation

  • Management of private data collections

  • Chaincode debug

Day 3.

Hyperledger Fabric configuration and deployment automation (Hands-on)

  • Designing an enterprise solution based on Fabric framework

  • Multi-host Fabric Starter with the Solo-Orderer and a Kafka cluster


Use Hyperledger Caliper to measure performance of your blockchain (Demo)

Advanced Fabric integration concepts (Demo)

  • Organizing permissioned access applying external identity management tools

  • Integration with an external (off-chain) file storage

Meet the Trainers:

Greg Skerry, Blockchain Solutions Architect, Trainer

Greg is a highly skilled supporting trainer on Blockchain and Hyperledger Fabric.

Among his most notable achievements are the following:

  • a graduate of the Software Engineering Immersive at Fullstack Academy of Code in New York City, centered on full-stack JavaScript programming, including Node.js, Angular, React.js, as well as SQL and NoSQL data architectures

  • holds a B.A. in International Economics from the University of Virginia

  • a solid background in developing distributed applications using the Ethereum framework

  • extensive experience working as a Senior Analyst and Senior Consultant at BDO LLP and at Ernst & Young LLP

  • experience in Project Manager position at Thomson Reuters where Greg was involved in systems integration and product management of an industry-first cloud-based tax analytics and reporting platform, advising implementations for Fortune 500 and Fortune 100 clients

Ilya Pototsky, Chaicode Developer, Trainer

Ilya is a talented Blockchain Engineer with an in-depth understanding of blockchain technology and its operating principles.

Ilya’s main competencies include:

  • 5+ years of experience in complex software engineering

  • 2+ years in DLT application development

  • an expert in developing smart contracts using the Hyperledger Fabric framework and the Go programming language

  • has designed and delivered 50 smart contracts into distributed applications

  • successfully participated in 5 projects for FinTech, supply chain, and license management platforms, including OTC Platform, Financial securities trading platform, and Digital Assets Tracking platform

  • participated in a project with a blockchain-based platform for automating bond issuing worth $10M, responsible for chaincode implementation and integration with external systems


Am I a good fit? You need some knowledge of Golang or Java: know syntax, control flow. Blockchain experience is nice to have, but not required.

Can I pay by invoice? Please send details at full name, number of tickets, your address or your company’s address (if the invoice is paid by the company).

More Q&As at Frequently asked questions on our homepage.

If you have questions about the program or doubts whether this course is a good fit for you, please get in touch with us at and we’ll connect you with the trainer!

! Please note the training is contingent upon having 7 attendees. If we don’t have enough tickets sold, we will cancel the training and refund your money one week prior to the training. Thanks for your understanding.

What else we’ve got

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Watch free recorded webinars on Hyperledger-related topics (choose tag HYPERLEDGER)

About the Organizer:

Altoros is a digital transformation consultancy that has built a reputation in blockchain space. We are an active member of Hyperledger project, contributing expertise of our engineers.

We have built a number of blockchain application prototypes for insurance and financial services clients and conducted technical training on Hyperledger Fabric 0.6 for a large financial services corporation, as well as a number of blockchain workshops for executives in (Re)Insurance, Lending & Securitization field.

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