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“NotifyUser object” action generates a CPL error

I need a solution

Hi,

On my proxySG I needed to define a new “NotifyUser object” action.

I used only by default parametres (see attached)

Even before using the new object, I get always this error when compiling CPL :

Policy installation
Compiling new configuration file: Inline configuration
Tue, 21 Aug 2018 09:54:30 UTC
Warning: Empty layer removed: ‘
<Proxy>  condition=!__is_notify_internal

Then in The CPL code I can see :

define condition __is_notify_internal
    url=http://notify.bluecoat.com
    url=’/notified-NotifyUser1?’
    url=’/verify-NotifyUser1?’
end

Any help please ?

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Fujitsu’s strategies: IOTA’s tangle for a safe ecosystem and Hyperledger for PoB and PoC

On 16th July, HelloIOTA, a forum dedicated for IOTA news, published an article about the ‘the IOTA – Fujitsu connection’.

The relationship between Tokyo based IT giant, Fujitsu and the permissionless distributed ledger, IOTA is well registered from the time Dr. Rolf Werner, the CEO of Fujitsu began tweeting and liking #IOTA-tagged posts on Twitter back in 2017. This article covered details regarding IOTA Data Marketplace, Dr. Werner’s joining IOTA foundation, Fujitsu partnership with Intel among other events.

Fijitsu CE's tweet | Source: Twitter

Fujitsu CE’s tweet | Source: Twitter

Fujitsu partnered with IOTA in the month of November 2017, when Dr. Werner addressed the business’ who’s who about the benefits of the Tangle, IOTA’s underlying technology. Post this, Dr. Werner became a member of the IOTA Foundation’s supervisory board. On joining IOTA foundation he said:

“The possibilities of decentralized and secured applications based on IOTA Tangle as a Distributed Ledger Technology are immense.”

Fujitsu at the annual Hannover Messe, a trade exhibition, showcased the IOTA technology and driving the live demonstration was Dr. Rolf Werner, who stated:

“Fujitsu is well-equipped to help roll out IOTA as the new standard by being across both IT services and manufacturing.”

The article mentioned regarding the demonstration. It stated:

“Many people consider Fujitsu’s dedication to be one of many experiments to implement new technology. However, a company like Fujitsu would not promote “yet another crypto coin” at the world’s largest industrial fair (Hannover Messe, Germany) to such an extent, would it? They have gone so far as to produce a full demo for an IOTA-run Industry4.0-factory.”

Fujitsu has shown interest in the IOTA project on various circumstances and continues to do so while they collaborate with other large companies and are also emphasizing on expanding the usage of IOTA.

Earlier this month, Fujitsu announced about the instant availability of a new and extremely rapid ‘blockchain productization framework’ which is designed to enable the development of a ‘Minimum Viable Product’ [MVP].

This framework acts as a consultancy service that is aimed to help companies evaluate if their blockchain ideas and theories are worthy of consideration. The reason for it being labeled as ‘rapid’ is because companies would be able to build their distributed ledger-based MVP in just five days.

The aim of this framework is to recognize and document a specific business method that has the capability to match a full-scale implementation. The IT company calls it a “Proof of Business [PoB] approach, before committing to a Proof of Concept [PoC]”. This is designed to avoid many familiar pitfalls of blockchain plans and focuses on building business benefit. For the project, Fujitsu had adopted ‘Hyperledger Fabric’ for testing purposes.

Fujitsu website mentions about this project with Hyperledger Fabric as:

“Fujitsu is a world-leader in DLTs, holding close to 50 patents concerning blockchain and is deeply involved in the development of DLTs, with an emphasis on Hyperledger Fabric. Hyperledger Fabric is a blockchain framework implementation and one of the Hyperledger projects hosted by The Linux Foundation, a consortium that is developing cross-industry advanced enterprise software for business applications.”

Fujitsu is a leading affiliate on the Governing Board and is a technical steering committee member of Hyperledger. This affiliation attracted attention from users who question if Fujitsu’s emphasis will now be on Hyperledger or IOTA.

A Reddit user commented:

“I‘m gonna ask this straight away. Will Hyperledger overtake Iota? I mean now Fujitsu we already know about IBM etc??”

To this another Reddit user commented:

“It are totally different beasts. IOTA is a public permissionless DLT system, useful for the IoT.

Hyperledger is a private permissioned ledger, which can also be useful for certain products. E.g. own administration, no need to share/communicate with outside world.”

The explanations for Fujitsu adapting Hyperledger came pouring in with another Reddit user’s comment:

“No, they are very different technologies. Fujitsu’s business model is to help partner different companies and offer solutions to very specific needs. It’s not healthy to take a maximalist’s attitude–IOTA solves a lot of big problems, but it can exist beside, and even complement, other technologies in the sector.”

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Accenture to use Blockchain Tools for Aerospace Supply Chains

Dublin-based major consultancy firm Accenture has partnered with French multinational aerospace firm Thales Group to update aircraft supply chains using blockchain, according to a press release July 16.

Based on Hyperledger Fabric and set for its debut at the UK’s Farnborough Airshow July 21-22, the solution will use blockchain in tandem with Thales’ physically unclonable function (PUF) tool to “track, trace and authenticate aircraft parts and materials.”

Schmidt added blockchain could soon be a “game changer” for aerospace, reiterating comments made in 2017 about the technology’s ability to guarantee authenticity.

Hyperledger Fabric has continued to see multiple implementations through 2018, many of which have come in the form of IBM Blockchain, a suite of services for that help enterprises implement so-called distributed ledger technology (DLT).

While some sectors of the global economy voice doubt about blockchain’s actual potential effectiveness for business, Accenture nonetheless remains buoyant. The firm released a report in June concluding that 86 percent of aerospace and defense companies will adopt the technology within three years.

John Schmidt, global managing director for Accenture’s Aerospace and Defense practice said in a press release:

“The aerospace and defense industry has one of the world’s most vast and complex supply chains,”

He also said :

“ Blockchain technology offers a new, elegant and secure way for the industry to track and trace myriad components while deterring counterfeiting and improving maintenance capabilities. Used in combination with technologies like digital twins and digital threads, blockchain could ultimately be a game-changing innovation for this sector.”

The company is working to implement blockchain technology into their systems by 2021, according to a report from Accenture.

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Accenture, Thales to Debut Blockchain Tool for Aerospace Supply Chains

Dublin-based major consultancy firm Accenture has partnered with French multinational aerospace firm Thales Group to update aircraft supply chains using blockchain, according to a press release July 16.

Based on Hyperledger Fabric and set for its debut at the UK’s Farmborough Airshow July 21-22, the solution will use blockchain in tandem with Thales’ physically unclonable function (PUF) tool to “track, trace and authenticate aircraft parts and materials.”

“The aerospace and defense industry has one of the world’s most vast and complex supply chains,” John Schmidt, global managing director for Accenture’s Aerospace and Defense practice said, continuing:

“Blockchain technology offers a new, elegant and secure way for the industry to track and trace myriad components while deterring counterfeiting and improving maintenance capabilities.”

Schmidt added blockchain could soon be a “game changer” for aerospace, reiterating comments made in 2017 about the technology’s ability to guarantee authenticity.

Hyperledger Fabric has continued to see multiple implementations through 2018, many of which have come in the form of IBM Blockchain, a suite of services for that help enterprises implement so-called distributed ledger technology (DLT).

While some sectors of the global economy voice doubts about blockchain’s actual potential effectiveness for business, Accenture nonetheless remains buoyant. The firm released a report in June concluding that 86 percent of aerospace and defense companies will adoptt the technology within three years.

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Accenture and Thales Demonstrate How Blockchain Technology Can Secure and Simplify …

FARNBOROUGH, England–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jul 16, 2018–Accenture (NYSE:ACN) and Thales are demonstrating at the Farnborough Air Show a new blockchain-based system that could help secure and streamline the complex global supply chains supporting the aerospace and defense (A&D) industry.

Based on Hyperledger Fabric, a Hyperledger project hosted by The Linux Foundation, the prototype combines blockchain, internet-of-things and other innovative technologies – including Thales’s physically unclonable function (PUF) solution for silicon chips and Chronicled’s tamper-proof cryptoseals – to track, trace and authenticate aircraft parts and materials.

Developed jointly by Accenture and Thales as part of Thales’ firmwide digital innovation program, the solution provides a single, shared view of the supply chain – and an immutable audit trail – for partnering suppliers, manufacturers and operators.

“The aerospace and defense industry has one of the world’s most vast and complex supply chains,” said John Schmidt, global managing director for Accenture’s Aerospace and Defense practice. “Blockchain technology offers a new, elegant and secure way for the industry to track and trace myriad components while deterring counterfeiting and improving maintenance capabilities. Used in combination with technologies like digital twins and digital threads, blockchain could ultimately be a game-changing innovation for this sector.”

According to a recent research report from Accenture, 86 percent of A&D companies expect to integrate blockchain technology into their corporate systems by 2021.

“Identifying counterfeit and grey-market goods in the A&D supply chain can be challenging,” said Gareth Williams, vice president for secure communications and information systems at Thales UK. “Using blockchain in combination with cryptoseals and physically unclonable functions allows you to build a trusted history behind parts. This demonstration builds on the strong relationship Accenture and Thales have created developing innovative digital solutions for a variety of industries.”

About Accenture

Accenture is a leading global professional services company, providing a broad range of services and solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations. Combining unmatched experience and specialized skills across more than 40 industries and all business functions – underpinned by the world’s largest delivery network – Accenture works at the intersection of business and technology to help clients improve their performance and create sustainable value for their stakeholders. With 449,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries, Accenture drives innovation to improve the way the world works and lives. Visit us at www.accenture.com.

About Thales

Thales is a global technology leader for the Aerospace, Transport, Defence and Security markets. With 62,000 employees in 56 countries, Thales reported sales of €14 billion in 2015. With over 25,000 engineers and researchers, Thales has a unique capability to design and deploy equipment, systems and services to meet the most complex security requirements. Its exceptional international footprint allows it to work closely with its customers all over the world. www.thalesgroup.com

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Incredible possibilities of Utility Blockchain Applications Market Outlook 218-2025: Challenges …

Blockchain architectures are emerging technologies that can offer a decentralized, secure, and low friction alternative to traditional mechanisms for interactions between nodes participating in a network. At the heart of the blockchain architecture is the blockchain itself, a distributed ledger that stores all exchanges of information or value between network participants. While blockchain originated in the financial sector as a mechanism to support the exchange of digital currencies, the underlying technology has many applications outside of finance—like healthcare, law, and energy.

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The study presents a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the global Utility Blockchain Applications market, its key segments, regulatory landscape, competitive scenario, and recent developments. A detailed analysis of factors expected to drive and challenge the growth of the market as well as the trends that decide consumer inclination. The report utilizes a variety of primary and secondary research methodologies for gathering quantitative as well as qualitative data on global as well as regional fronts. With the help of a number of industry-best analytical methods, the vast amount of market data thus gathered is filtered and narrowed down to the details that matter the most to companies operating in the market or aspiring to enter it.

Utility Blockchain Applications Key Players Profiled in this Report: Electron, Energy Web Foundation, Filament, Grid Singularity, Hyperledger, IBM, LO3 Energy, MotionWerk, PONTON GmbH, Power Ledger, Siemens AG, TenneT, and others.

The energy industry’s requirements for a blockchain architecture differ significantly from those of the financial sector and the technologies are still nascent. Energy-specific blockchain use cases must emphasize operational efficiency over complete decentralization and disintermediation, which requires blockchain architectures to be designed accordingly. This report provides an overview of five use cases where blockchain-based platforms are under development, highlighting the broad range of potential utilities industry applications.

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The analysis of the manufacturing cost structure of the Global Utility Blockchain Applications Market has been performed based on key aspects such as industry chain structure, manufacturing process, raw materials, and their suppliers. The manufacturing plants analysis and technical data of the market have been explained in the lights of raw material sources, technology sources, research and development status, manufacturing plants distribution, and commercial production date and capacity.

The research report makes use of industry-centric tools for market analysis to gauge the scope of the competitive landscape of the global Utility Blockchain Applications market in current as well as future market scenarios. The competition in the global market is evaluated on the basis of key market player operating at both regional as well as global. The report also discusses the associations and business partnerships among the key players operating in the market.

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Table of Contents

Global Utility Blockchain Applications Market Research Report 2018

Chapter 1 Global Market Overview

Chapter 2 Global Economic Impact on Industry

Chapter 3 Global Market Competition by Manufacturers

Chapter 4 Global Production, Revenue (Value) by Region

Chapter 5 Global Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions

Chapter 6 Global Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

Chapter 7 Global Market Analysis by Application

Chapter 8 Manufacturing Cost Analysis

Chapter 9 Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter 10 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

Chapter 11 Market Effect Factors Analysis

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