Both traditional computing environments and the blockchain have security considerations associated with them. In many cases, the same attack is possible against both paradigms but the details of how to implement it vary. Here, we discuss how a few different attacks can be launched against traditional computing environments and the blockchain.
Blockchain Training Alliance, the global leader in instructor-led Blockchain training and Blockchain certification, announced that it has joined Enterprise Ethereum Alliance. The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) is the industry’s first global standards organization to deliver an open, standards-based architecture and specification to accelerate the adoption of Enterprise Ethereum.
Luxoft Holding, Inc. (NYSE:LXFT), a global IT service provider, has been selected by the Blockchain Training Alliance, the global leader in instructor-led Blockchain training and certification, as a leading industry partner and blockchain advisor to improve the standard of blockchain training across the globe.
Blockchain Architecture is a framework within which the architect creates and develops system architecture for a business. Within this framework we can define five main dimensions:
- Blockchain Architectures and Disciplines for DLT
- Blockchain Perspectives of the use of DLT
- Specifications for NoSQL Database requirements (Immutability)
- Blocks in an Architecture
- Creation of Blockchain Use-Case
Blockchain Training Alliance, the global leader in instructor-led Blockchain training and Blockchain certification, announced a newly released course Blockchain Architecture. The course will help participants to establish and maintain the environments in which Blockchain solutions can be implemented, including development, testing, and production environments. This first of its kind training covering Blockchain Architecture will be available globally.