10:30 - 11:30
This talk will will show how to build a private, permissioned blockchain platform that is compatible with Ethereum using open source Hyperledger Sawtooth projects and Apache Brooklyn. The Hyperledger Sawtooth blockchain and the Seth transaction processor allow execution of smart contracts with common tools from the Ethereum ecosystem such as Truffle. Apache Brooklyn allows orchestration of complex application deployments in the cloud, as well as runtime management and monitoring of the applications. We will explain how Sawtooth, Seth, and other Hyperledger projects like Next Directory can be used to create a platform for running distributed applications, and then demonstrate the deployment and testing of smart contracts like ERC-20 tokens onto a running Sawtooth blockchain. We will show how Brooklyn can deploy and scale multi-node Sawtooth blockchain networks and manage and monitor smart contract based applications, all with simple Docker-based commands.