We love working with Hyperledger Fabric. In fact, we’re so committed to it, that our CTO, Mohan Venkataraman, was quoted in the v1.0 release of Hyperledger Fabric back in July of ’17. He had the following to say:
“After building solutions on both Ethereum and Hyperledger Fabric 1.0, we found Fabric to be the superior platform for enterprise-grade blockchain applications. Since Hyperledger Fabric was designed to meet key requirements for permissioned blockchains with transaction privacy and configurable policies, we’ve been able to build solutions quickly and flexibly. Hyperledger Fabric lets our team spend more time focusing on our clients’ business requirements and less on finding technical workarounds.”
Since Hyperledger Fabric was designed to meet key requirements for permissioned blockchains with transaction privacy and configurable policies, we’ve been able to build solutions quickly and flexiblyMohan Venkataraman, CTO Chainyard
Every day, Chainyard’s team helps advance Hyperledger, the leading open business Blockchain. Our architects, developers, security researchers, performance analysts, test engineers, and DevOps experts are solidifying the foundation on which enterprise Blockchain solutions are built.
Because we work closely with members of the Hyperledger foundation, and are actively involved in the Blockchain community, we’re able to provide our clients with expert insight into the Blockchain landscape to determine the most valuable Blockchain solution implementation for your business.
We have years of experience architecting, designing, developing, and implementing real-world Blockchain solutions for some of the largest companies in the technology sector, including IBM and Deloitte.
As well as developing proof-of-concepts, our engineering team has experience developing and deploying production-ready Blockchain applications built using Hyperledger Fabric.
If you’re interested in a proof-of-concept, our engineering team is able to produce a deliverable quickly, and to specification. Reach out and speak to one of our blockchain experts today.
The original Hyperledger v1.0 announcement, made in July of 2017 can be read here.