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    November 13, 2018

7 Things Every Developer Should Know About Oracle Blockchain Cloud Service by Jay Chugh

Juergen Kress
PaaS & Middleware Partner Adoption

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At Oracle Open World, Oracle launched the new and exciting enterprise-grade Oracle Blockchain Cloud Service. The launch generated overwhelming interest from press, analysts, and conference attendees as evident by standing-room only attendance in nearly all Blockchain sessions.

What was equally noteworthy was the tremendous interest from software developers.  The demos and hands-on labs showcased just how easy it is for any developer to work with Oracle Blockchain Cloud Service, unlike anything they have seen in the market so far. Oracle’s Blockchain Cloud Service enables developers to build smart contracts, integrate with existing business processes, or even create new blockchain applications within minutes, without worrying about running and managing Blockchain environments.

Based on conversations with developers that are breaking new ground in Blockchain, here is a compilation of top seven things every developer should know about Oracle's Blockchain Cloud Service.

  1. Open Source and Open Standards Based

Oracle’s blockchain is based on open source Hyperledger Fabric v1.0 code, which supports standard protocols such as REST and gRPC. For developers, it means that they have complete visibility into the product roadmap and may directly participate in development through open source community. This also means that developers can easily integrate their existing Hyperledger-based blockchain networks and applications with Oracle Blockchain Cloud Service.

  1. Simpler to Develop and Deploy Smart Contracts. Read the complete article here.

 

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