Cedigo Blockchain promotes Business & Benefits through a proper investment more than technology. It’s a movement to define the business relationships through trust, transparency and new found collaboration. For the last few years, the benefits and correlated risks of fully adopting blockchain technology have been estimated, analyzed, and discussed at large. One thing is clear – despite the potential for a big upside, embracing a newly developed technology presents numerous risks that shouldn’t be underestimated.

Let’s review what it takes to move a blockchain protocol from open source to the enterprise.

  • Simplify development and ease experimentation with prebuilt networks and infrastructure.
  • Accelerate time to value through integrations and extensions to the cloud services and consuming apps.
  • Innovate with confidence on an open, trusted, and globally available platform.

Get up and running quickly

With Cedigo Blockchain, configure and deploy a consortium network with just a few clicks. Ideal for dev/test exploration, Blockchain automatic ledger deployment, network construction and pre-built blockchain commands greatly reduce infrastructure development time. This makes them very good choices for a faster go-to-market strategy. Their solutions are wide and colourful, and they usually cover different blockchain protocols. They remain unable to address most enterprise needs yet, but they will stay on the right track and be an attractive option as long as the establishment doesn’t disrupt them.

  • Enterprise integrations – pre-built modules and onramps for existing enterprise systems.
  • Robust Oracles – ability to get real-time external data into smart contracts.
  • Integration with a Facebook-developed language that provides a powerful API to get only the dataset you need in a single request, seamlessly combining data sources.
  • Identity federation – ability to authenticate with existing identity providers, which will facilitate faster adoption on the consortium level.
  • Built-in privacy and permissioning features – for transactions, accounts, wallets, smart contracts and network participants.
  • Ability to maintain peak performance at the network level – managing and operating hundreds of thousands of nodes while maintaining low latency and facilitating hundreds of thousands of transactions with guaranteed finality.
  • Ability to scale and reduce network size on demand – auto-scale a network by adding/removing more validators or orderers.
  • DevOps tools to make integration with existing IT systems easier and to make CI/CD build processes faster and seamless.
  • Support for cross-network interoperability and cross-blockchain atomic swaps.
  • Governance framework with an established and pre-determined transparent structure, rules of participation, a funding model, and financial incentives.
  • Detailed privacy controls over data, smart contract execution, and transaction visibility.
  • Improved network monitoring with enhanced contextual meaning of the transactions, ability to troubleshoot on-chain events.
  • SLA monitoring with backward compatibility of upgrades..
  • Warehousing transaction history data, combining them with other off-chain data sources and making them available for BI reporting tools and other interactive dashboards.