Preparing for a career in the growing enterprise blockchain industry

Blockchain and distributed ledger technologies are creating transformations in many different industries and sectors – far beyond the cryptocurrencies blockchain is usually associated with.

The technology can be of use when multiple parties need to exchange information in a way which is both permanent (immutable) and secure. Blockchain technology achieves this by storing the records on a distributed network without a central entity or servers and using encryption to ensure that unauthorized changes do not go unnoticed. Use cases for enterprise blockchain involve parties from multiple organizations who wish to exchange and share information securely. This could be anything including education, energy, insurance, logistics, real estate, retail and more.

Increasing the talent pool

With this technology being so new and changing so rapidly, there is a shortage of individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to implement it. This is why The Linux Foundation, the home of the Hyperledger project, has released a series of training courses designed to increase the talent pool.

Hyperledger Fabric is an open source framework that was built through the collaboration of several organizations, vendors and developers to allow business users and organizations to use distributed ledger technology across this broad set of use cases. In addition to the ability to distribute shared data, Hyperledger Fabric provides the components and layers that guarantee that data are verified and consented upon and that the agreed upon information will not be tampered with, either in transit or at a later point in time. And by using an open source development model, this and related blockchain technologies are able to advance and innovate more quickly and efficiently.

The free Blockchain: Understanding Its Uses and Implications (LFS170) and Introduction to Hyperledger Technologies (LFS171) courses are a great starting point, curated for both nontechnical and technical audiences. LFS170 covers the main concepts of what blockchain is at a beginner level. LFS171 then examines blockchains for the enterprise and a number of pertinent use cases from Hyperledger, a global cross-industry community of communities hosted by The Linux Foundation and advancing business blockchain technologies.

The all new Hyperledger Fabric Fundamentals (LFD271) course is an intermediate step that covers the core architecture and components that make up typical decentralized Hyperledger Fabric applications. This course includes a set of hands-on lab exercises that guide students towards setting up a Hyperledger Fabric business network and walk them through the various stages in the lifecycle of a decentralized Hyperledger Fabric-based application.

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In addition to having ways to gain the knowledge necessary to success in a blockchain career, it is important that professionals be able to demonstrate their skills and knowledge, and employers have a means of verifying that. This is why The Linux Foundation also offers a Blockchain for Business professional certificate program in conjunction with edX, which requires completion of LFS170 and LFS171.

For those looking to demonstrate more advanced skills, later this year we will begin offering a Certified Hyperledger Fabric Administrator Exam, which requires professionals to demonstrate the ability to install, configure, operate, manage, and troubleshoot the nodes on the Hyperledger Fabric network. A similar exam will also be offered for the Hyperledger Sawtooth project, which is a modular platform for building, deploying, and running distributed ledgers.

As enterprises continue to increase blockchain and distributed ledger adoption, it is essential that we ensure there is a qualified workforce in place to implement and administer these technologies. These training courses and certifications are only the beginning, and continued involvement from the broader open source and business communities will be necessary to ensure enterprises are equipped for the continued changes ahead.

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Going to Hyperledger school

Hyperledger (or the Hyperledger project) is an umbrella project of open source blockchains and related tools.

The project was founded by the Linux Foundation at the end of 2015 with the intention of encouraging the collaborative development of blockchain-based distributed ledgers.

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In a play to help developers learn how to use this technology, the Linux Foundation has now announced the LFD271 – Hyperledger Fabric Fundamentals training course.

Additionally, Certified Hyperledger Fabric Administrator and Certified Hyperledger Sawtooth Administrator exams will be released later in 2018.

“Blockchain technology adoption is increasing at a rapid pace [media reports suggest that] blockchain jobs are the second-fastest growing in today’s labour market – leading to a shortage of professionals who are qualified to implement and manage it on an enterprise scale,” said Linux Foundation general manager for training & certification Clyde Seepersad.

Seepersad says that after seeing more than 100,000 students take the foundation’s free introductory Hyperledger course, they knew it was time for more advanced training options and certification exams to demonstrate the extent of professionals’ knowledge.

The Hyperledger Fabric Fundamentals course introduces the fundamental concepts of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies, as well as the core architecture and components that make up typical decentralised Hyperledger Fabric applications.

The course is designed for application developers to learn how business logic is implemented in Hyperledger Fabric through chaincode (Hyperledger Fabric’s smart contracts) and review the various transaction types used to read from and write to the distributed ledger.

Application developers will be shown how their applications can invoke transactions using the Hyperledger Fabric JavaScript SDK.

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Deploying a multi-component system like Hyperledger Fabric to production is challenging. Join us Wednesday, September 26, 2018 9:00 a.m. Pacific for an introductory webinar, presented by Alejandro (Sasha) Vicente Grabovetsky and Nicola Paoli of AID:Tech.

Why should you care?

Hyperledger Fabric is rather awesome, but deploying a distributed network has been known to give headaches and even migraines. In this talk, we will not be providing you with a guillotine that forever gets rid of these headaches, but instead we will talk you through some tools that can help you deploy a functioning, production-ready Hyperledger Fabric network on a Kubernetes cluster.

Who should attend?

Ideally, you are a Dev, an Ops or a DevOps interested in learning more about how to deploy Hyperledger Fabric to Kubernetes.

You might know a little bit about Hyperledger Fabric and about Docker containers and Kubernetes. We assume limited knowledge and will do our best to as possible and explain and demystify all the components along the way.

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The Linux Foundation launches new Hyperledger training courses and certification

The Linux Foundation is offering an educational opportunity for students to enrol for its latest LFD271 – Hyperledger Fabric Fundamentals training course, which introduces the fundamental concepts of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies.

Students who sign up will also learn about the core architecture and components that make up typical decentralised Hyperledger Fabric applications. Enrolled students will also get to work with Hyperledger Fabric, Hyperledger Fabric Certificate Authority and the Hyperledger Fabric SDK.

The LFD271 is basically designed for developers and application developers who will learn how business logic is put to use in Hyperledger Fabric through chaincode (Hyperledger Fabric’s smart contracts) and review the various transaction types used to read from and write to the distributed ledger. They will get to see how their applications can invoke transactions using the Hyperledger Fabric JavaScript SDK.

Clyde Seepersad, Linux Foundation general manager for training and certification, said: “Blockchain technology adoption is increasing at a rapid pace – with TechCrunch reporting blockchain jobs as the second-fastest growing in today’s labour market – leading to a shortage of professionals who are qualified to implement and manage it on an enterprise scale. After seeing more than 100,000 students take our free introductory Hyperledger course, we knew it was time for more advanced training options, and certification exams to demonstrate the extent of professionals’ knowledge.”

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Linux Announces New Course and Certs for Hyperledger Fabric and Sawtooth

By Henry KronkSeptember 10, 2018

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On Thursday, the Linux Foundation announced yet another resource to help leaners grow more familiar with blockchain technology. The new LFD271 – Hyperledger Fabric Fundamentals is currently open for enrollment. The course is intended to onboard learners into the world of the blockchain and introduce people to current uses and practices.

Later this year, successful students will be able to take the Certified Hyperledger Fabric Administrator and Certified Hyperledger Sawtooth Administrator exams to prove their merit.

The course comes on the back of two others from the Linux Foundation looking to spread knowledge about the decentralized world. Blockchain for Business, a professional certificate program, was launched in collaboration with edX earlier this year along with the free introductory program Blockchain: Understanding Its Uses and Implications.

“Blockchain technology adoption is increasing at a rapid pace – with TechCrunch reporting blockchain jobs as the second-fastest growing in today’s labor market – leading to a shortage of professionals who are qualified to implement and manage it on an enterprise scale,” said Linux Foundation General Manager, Training & Certification Clyde Seepersad, in a statement. “After seeing more than 100,000 students take our free introductory Hyperledger course, we knew it was time for more advanced training options, and certification exams to demonstrate the extent of professionals’ knowledge.”

Behlendorf, Lubin and Rosenbush, a bunch of blockchain people, at Collision 2018
Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director of Hyperledger at Collision 2018 with Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin and journalist Steven Rosenbush. Collision Conf, Flickr.

Hyperledger Fabric was developed by the Linux Foundation as a framework to develop and implement blockchain technology. As described on the site, “Intended as a foundation for developing applications or solutions with a modular architecture, Hyperledger Fabric allows components, such as consensus and membership services, to be plug-and-play. Hyperledger Fabric leverages container technology to host smart contracts called “chaincode” that comprise the application logic of the system. Hyperledger Fabric was initially contributed by Digital Asset and IBM, as a result of the first hackathon.”

LFD271 runs just two days and is intended as a professional course. It jumps off from introductory work on the fundamentals of blockchain, hyperledger, and decentralized technologies and goes over some of the core architecture and components used for dApp development.

It introduces learners to Hyperledger Fabric, Hyperledger Fabric SDK, and Hyperledger Fabric Certificate Authority. The course is comprised of self-paced reading material that gives way to lab exercises intended to show students the various processes involved in creating a dApp.

Jonathan Levi, an accomplished computer scientists, cryptographer, and founder of HACERA, teaches the course. Levi was one of the early contributors to the framework and played an instrumental role in its Membership Services (the permissioning layer of the framework). He also worked with Professor Dan Boneh to build the first Ethereum class at Stanford University.

Upon completion of the course, two professional certifications will be made available later this year. The Certified Hyperledger Fabric Administrator Exam will ensure that learners have all the requisite skill to develop and deploy an HF network for commercial use. Learners will be tested on:

  • Application Lifecycle Management
  • Installing and Configuring the Network
  • Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
  • Membership Service Provision
  • Network Maintenance and Operations

The same goes for the Certified Hyperledger Sawtooth Administrator, but regarding a Sawtooth network instead. Areas of testing will include:

  • Installation
  • Configuration
  • Permissioning, Identity Management & Security
  • Lifecycle
  • Troubleshooting

The new course LFD271 is by no means a prerequisite for taking these exams, although it does promise to prepare learners for it.

Interested developers should keep a lookout for a beta tester program offered by the Linux Foundation in the run up to the exam release. As stated on their blog post, “If someone completes the beta exam with a passing grade, they will become one of the first Certified Hyperledger Fabric or Sawtooth Administrators upon launch of the program.”

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The Linux Foundation Adds Blockchain Training and Certifications

The Linux Foundation, in anticipation of much broader adoption of blockchain technologies in the enterprise, announced this week that a training course, dubbed LFD271 – Hyperledger Fabric Fundamentals, is now open for enrollment. That course complements an existing Professional Certificate Program – Blockchain for Business, launched earlier this year, that is tied to a free course entitled Blockchain: Understanding Its Uses and Implications.

In addition, The Linux Foundation plans to add Certified Hyperledger Fabric Administrator and Certified Hyperledger Sawtooth Administrator exams later in the year.

Clyde Seepersad, general manager for training and certification at The Linux Foundation, notes that while there is no shortage of options when it comes to blockchain technologies, Hyperledger has gained a significant amount of traction among organizations planning to build immutable private blockchains. Hyperledger is a suite of open source blockchain technologies donated to The Linux Foundation in 2015.

The goal now is to increase the base of IT and business professionals that have enough expertise to implement an application based on Hyperledger, says Seepersad.

“Blockchain is starting to reach a tipping point in the enterprise,” says Seepersad.

Of course, many of the principles taught in The Linux Foundation course are applicable to other blockchain technologies in much the same way a course on one type of relational database exposes students to concepts that can be applied to any database.

Pricing for early registration for the course is $199, a discount from the standard $299 that The Linux Foundation plans to charge.

It’s a little early to say with absolute certainty how widely blockchain technologies will be deployed across the enterprise. Many organizations view blockchain technologies as a unique opportunity to eliminate the need to pay settlement fees to a third party when transactions occur between trading partners that have established relationships. But the setting up of blockchain networks requires a considerable amount of compute resources that need to be networked together. There are already several startup companies alongside traditional services providers such as IBM that are all racing to set up those networks.

In the meantime, any IT professional looking to ensure demand for their expertise through much of the next decade might be well-advised to invest in some blockchain training.

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The Linux Foundation Brings Blockchain Education Forward With New Hyperledger Training …

Non-profit open source organization The Linux Foundation announced via a press release on PRNewswire on September 5 that enrollment for their new training course for blockchain is now open.

The training course, named LFD271 – Hyperledger Fabric Fundamentals introduces the fundamental concepts of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies, as well as the core architecture and components that make up typical decentralized Hyperledger Fabric applications.

Linux also announced the release of Certified Hyperledger Fabric Administrator and Certified Hyperledger Sawtooth Administrator exams later this year.

LFD271 – Hyperledger Fabric Fundamentals

Linux FoundationThe training course lets students work with Hyperledger Fabric, Hyperledger Fabric Certificate Authority, and the Hyperledger Fabric SDK. The two-day course also includes several lab exercises that help guide the learner in the setup of a Hyperledger Fabric business network and through the various stages in the lifecycle of a decentralized Hyperledger Fabric-based application.

The course is built for developers and app developers. Devs will learn how business logic is implemented in Hyperledger Fabric via smart contracts and review the transaction types used to read from and write to the distributed ledger. App devs, meanwhile, will learn how apps can invoke transactions via the Hyperledger Fabric JavaScript SDK.

Jonathan Levi, a computer scientist, cryptographer and mathematician and founder of Hacera, is on board as the course instructor. Levi is an early contributor to the Hyperledger Fabric project and helped shape the Membership Services. He also served as the release manager of Hyperledger Fabric 1.0. Levi has worked with other blockchain tech projects as well, from collaborating on Bitcoin to building the first Ethereum class with Professor Dan Boneh at Stanford University.

The Hyperledger course is now available to take at an introductory price of $199, with the regular price being $299.

Certified Hyperledger Fabric Administrator Exam

The Certified Hyperledger Fabric Administrator (CHFA) works to secure a secure Hyperledger Fabric network for commercial deployment. To pass this exam, professionals must be able to show that they have the ability to install, configure, operate, manage, and troubleshoot the nodes on that network. Completing the LFD271 helps prepare for the exam, but is not a requirement.

Certified Hyperledger Sawtooth Administrator Exam

The Certified Hyperledger Sawtooth Administrator (CHSA) meanwhile builds a secure Sawtooth network for commercial deployment. Just like the CHFA exam, one must be able to install, configure, operate, manage, and troubleshoot the nodes on that network.

Both examinations will become available to take before the year’s end. Like all Linux Foundation examinations, the exams will be available remotely from almost anywhere with a stable internet connection. Failed the exam? You can retake the exam for free one additional time. More details about the examinations are available on the Hyperledger blog.

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Blockchain Courses

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The Linux Foundation is a non-profit organization which, according to its website, “supports the creation of sustainable open source ecosystems by providing financial and intellectual resources, infrastructure, services, events, and training.” The organization aims to provide an array of blockchain courses, catering to a job demand.

Blockchain Courses

The Linux Foundation offers blockchain focused education services including the ‘Blockchain for Business’ course. It saw over 100,000 students take its free introductory ‘Hyperledger’ course last year, and now it is eager to add to its blockchain courses.

The organization has developed and, as of yesterday, opened enrollment for its new advanced training course in ‘Hyperledger Fabric blockchain technology.’

According to Linux’s Clyde Seepersad:

“After seeing more than 100,000 students take our free introductory Hyperledger course, we knew it was time for more advanced training options, and certification exams to demonstrate the extent of professionals’ knowledge.”

Blockchain Engineers are in Demand

The course aims to develop the next wave of certified blockchain engineers ready to work in a field that is “the second-fastest growing in today’s labor market.”

Clyde expressed that because this industry is growing so fast, there is “a shortage of professionals who are qualified to implement and manage [the technology] on an enterprise scale.”

The new advanced course will allow students to learn the fundamentals of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies. This is in tandem with “the core architecture and components” that are imperative to decentralized Hyperledger Fabric applications.

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Jobs Everywhere

The blockchain industry is booming so it is no surprise to see a demand for engineers. We have heard of countless countriesimplementing the technology on a broader scale and willing major corporations to use it.

Large universities are also offering blockchain courses and crypto-currency related courses to try to prepare for an industry that will no doubt need an extensive work-force.

If you were unsure of a career path for yourself, blockchain technology may just be a smart move.

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“Hasura makes it easy for developers to close the loop between their serverless backends and their apps. When serverless functions running business logic are triggered, propagating information back to the end-user on say an app used to be a challenge. Hasura’s real-time GraphQL makes it easy for developers to do this without any effort. Developers can use realtime GraphQL to build reactive UX to go along with their async backends,” said Tanmai Gopal, co-founder and CEO of Hasura.

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The Linux Foundation launches new blockchain course

The Linux Foundation has announced that enrollment for its new blockchain course, “LFD271 – Hyperledger Fabric Fundamentals,” is now open. The course will introduce core concepts of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies. It will also introduce the core architecture and components that comprise Hyperledger Fabric applications.

Later this year, it will release Certified Hyperledger Fabric Administrator and Certified Hyperledger Sawtooth Administrator exams.

“Blockchain technology adoption is increasing at a rapid pace – with TechCrunch reporting blockchain jobs as the second-fastest growing in today’s labor market – leading to a shortage of professionals who are qualified to implement and manage it on an enterprise scale,” said Clyde Seepersad, general manager of training & certification at The Linux Foundation. “After seeing more than 100,000 students take our free introductory Hyperledger course, we knew it was time for more advanced training options, and certification exams to demonstrate the extent of professionals’ knowledge.”

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SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, today announced enrollment is now open for the new LFD271 – Hyperledger Fabric Fundamentals training course. Additionally, Certified Hyperledger Fabric Administrator and Certified Hyperledger Sawtooth Administrator exams will be released later in the year. A Professional Certificate Program – Blockchain for Business – was launched earlier this year on edX along with a free course entitled Blockchain: Understanding Its Uses and Implications.

“Blockchain technology adoption is increasing at a rapid pace – with TechCrunch reporting blockchain jobs as the second-fastest growing in today’s labor market – leading to a shortage of professionals who are qualified to implement and manage it on an enterprise scale,” said Linux Foundation General Manager, Training & Certification Clyde Seepersad. “After seeing more than 100,000 students take our free introductory Hyperledger course, we knew it was time for more advanced training options, and certification exams to demonstrate the extent of professionals’ knowledge.”

LFD271 – Hyperledger Fabric Fundamentals

The Hyperledger Fabric Fundamentals course introduces the fundamental concepts of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies, as well as the core architecture and components that make up typical decentralized Hyperledger Fabric applications. Students will work with Hyperledger Fabric, Hyperledger Fabric Certificate Authority and the Hyperledger Fabric SDK. In addition to the reading material, the two day, self-paced course includes a set of hands-on lab exercises that guide students towards setting up a Hyperledger Fabric business network and through the various stages in the lifecycle of a decentralized Hyperledger Fabric-based application.

LFD271 is designed for developers and application developers. Developers will learn how business logic is implemented in Hyperledger Fabric through chaincode (Hyperledger Fabric’s smart contracts) and review the various transaction types used to read from and write to the distributed ledger. Application developers will be shown how their applications can invoke transactions using the Hyperledger Fabric JavaScript SDK.

The course instructor, Jonathan Levi, is a hands-on computer scientist, applied cryptographer and mathematician, as well as the founder of HACERA, the blockchain technology company. He is one of the early contributors to Hyperledger Fabric, helped shape the Membership Services (the permissioning layer of Hyperledger Fabric) and was the official release manager of Hyperledger Fabric 1.0. He has built several large-scale mission critical systems that had to be highly available, secure and fault-tolerant. Over the last five years, Jonathan has worked with several blockchain technology stacks – from Bitcoin to building the first Ethereum class with Professor Dan Boneh at Stanford University.

The course is available to take now at a limited time, introductory cost of $199 (regularly $299).

Certified Hyperledger Fabric Administrator Exam

The Certified Hyperledger Fabric Administrator (CHFA) will be able to effectively build a secure Hyperledger Fabric network for commercial deployment. To pass the exam, professionals must demonstrate the ability to install, configure, operate, manage, and troubleshoot the nodes on that network. Completion of LFD271 may help serve as preparation for the CHFA exam, but is not required.

Exam topics will include:

  • Application Lifecycle Management
  • Installing and Configuring the Network
  • Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
  • Membership Service Provision
  • Network Maintenance and Operations

The full list of Domains and Competencies for CHFA can be found here.

Certified Hyperledger Sawtooth Administrator Exam

The Certified Hyperledger Sawtooth Administrator (CHSA) will be able to effectively build a secure Hyperledger Sawtooth network for commercial deployment. To pass the exam, professionals must demonstrate the ability to install, configure, operate, manage, and troubleshoot the nodes on that network.

Exam topics will include:

  • Installation
  • Configuration
  • Permissioning, Identity Management & Security
  • Lifecycle
  • Troubleshooting

The full list of Domains and Competencies for CHSA can be found here.

Both the CHFA and CHSA exams will be available to take before the end of the year. As with all Linux Foundation certification exams, the exams will be available remotely from virtually any location with a stable internet connection and webcam. Those who fail to pass the exam on their first attempt will be able to retake the exam one additional time at no cost.

You can read more about the CHFA and CHSA certification exams and the community members that contributed on the Hyperledger blog.

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