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My First Blockchain in the Oracle Cloud by Lonneke Dikmans

Juergen Kress
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Being an integration person I am very interested in Blockchain architecture as an alternative for 'traditional' integration options like 'Enterprise SOA' and Centralized Master Data Management.

This blog will not discuss the architecture of blockchain, but describes how you can get started as a developer with blockchain using Oracle Cloud. It assumes you have an instance of Oracle Compute Cloud at your disposal and describes how to get started wth MultiChain.
I executed the following steps:

  1. Create two instances of Oracle Compute Cloud
  2. Install MultiChain
  3. Create the first chain
Create two instances of Oracle Compute Cloud

To show the concept of the block chain you need to create at least two nodes. In this case I created two instances of Oracle Compute Cloud Classic. Read the complete article here.

For more information please see the Blockchain Partner Resource Kit here.

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