IBM opens Hyperledger Fabric source code to drive enterprise blockchain adoption
June 11, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.
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IBM shows its commitment to Hyperledger and enterprise blockchain development with its largest-ever contribution of open-source code.
Most recently, computing giant IBM announced that it has open-sourced a large portion of its Hyperledger Fabric code to help drive up adoption rates for enterprise blockchain use cases.
Another is making available a support offering for those wishing to use Hyperledger Fabric with full-product support from IBM. ”
According to Yusuf, IBM’s significant code contribution will make it easier for Hyperledger users to utilize Fabric, which is an enterprise-grade distributed ledger platform that caters to a variety of enterprise use cases.
Hyperledger hosts a number of enterprise blockchain projects such as Fabric.
Brian Behlendorf, executive director of Hyperledger, told Cointelegraph that IBM’s new contributions will specifically make it easier for every developer to build on top of and manage a Fabric blockchain network.
Ultimately, Yusuf explained that these new offerings will help increase adoption for enterprise blockchain use cases looking to leverage permissioned networks.
In addition to advancing enterprise blockchain adoption using open, permissioned networks, IBM’s contributions may draw more developers to the Hyperledger community.
It’s also noteworthy that IBM’s contributions to Hyperledger Fabric demonstrate the company’s commitment to advancing enterprise blockchain.