Hyperledger In-depth: SIMBA Chain: Connecting Supplier & DoD Blockchains for Transparent Part Tracking
Blockchains have been around for more than ten years, and since 2015, a plethora of systems have been launched to target more flexible use cases. More recently, several enterprise blockchain systems, such as Consensys Quorum and Hyperledger Fabric, have been launched to make blockchain simpler to apply in complex organizational configurations.
In this discussion, Hyperledger member SIMBA Chain will identify a specific Department of Defense use case, extrapolate requirements, and perform a thorough assessment of the different layers of the blockchain stack to identify the existing state of the art and undertake a gap analysis of the technology for this context. SIMBA Chain will describe a platform that meets many of these challenges and show how they architected, designed, and implemented a solution for this use case for deployment at NAVAIR connecting transactions from two separate blockchain systems, Consensys Quorum and Hyperledger Fabric and use a graph-based approach that preserves privacy while enabling full transparency across the military and supplier networks.
In the “Hyperledger In-depth: An hour with… .” series, Hyperledger members share learnings from their projects and try to answer all the hard questions about the pains of working with DLTs. It is not yet another webinar: participants will be encouraged to take part, come with prepared questions and voice opinions. Expect live demos and tutorials, stories from the battle field and hopefully some heated discussions. Let’s get out of the zoom fatigue and engage to share experiences and build a stronger community.