Have you wondered how blockchain can help you create applications that offer greater transparency, traceability, efficiency, and resilience while lowering your costs? This course, last in a series of eleven, shows you how to integrate apps into blockchain that weren’t originally created with blockchain. Instructor Michael Solomon steps you through some special instructions and considerations for when you’re integrating non-blockchain apps. He explains key differences between blockchain and database storage in terms of control, data, performance, and more. Michael covers how traditional apps and dApps differ in how they execute their code. He shows you how blockchain can improve existing designs and how to move part or all of an entity’s operations to the blockchain. After going over important considerations that should be made before moving to the blockchain, Michael concludes with interface questions that you should ask when designing and implementing your dApp solution.
Note: This course was created by Michael Solomon. We are pleased to host this training in our library.
- Michael Solomon
Michael Solomon is a security speaker, consultant, trainer, and project manager.
Michael specializes in development and assessment security topics. An IT professional and consultant since 1987, Michael has worked on projects or trained for more than 60 major companies and organizations. As a project manager, Michael has led software projects with EarthLink, Schumacher, Nike, as well as content development and training projects with LearnKey. As an author, Michael has contributed to various security certification books with LANWrights/iLearning.
Skills covered in this course