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  • June 20, 2018

Oracle and Hyperledger Fabric for Enterprises - Join Us for a Meetup in Silicon Valley

Jay Chugh
Senior Director, Products

So how do you plan to spend your Wednesday evening in Silicon Valley?

Want to learn about Oracle Blockchain and Hyperledger Fabric, and see some cool demos, while having great buffet dinner? If you are new to Blockchain, and would like to learn more - go visit the meetup hosted by Oracle and Hyperledger Silicon Valley group in Oracle's Santa Clara office today starting 6pm.

Listen to Mark R. from Oracle talk about why Enterprises need a platform. 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.

You will also get to hear from one of Oracle's partners Exafort who has built a compelling demo of Supply Chain Trade Finance using Oracle Blockchain.

Here is a direct link with more information: 




Here is the complete 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


Don't miss it!




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