Hyperledger incubates and promotes a range of business blockchain technologies, including distributed ledger frameworks, smart contract engines, client libraries, graphical interfaces, utility libraries and sample applications. The Hyperledger greenhouse strategy encourages the re-use of common building blocks and enables rapid innovation of DLT components.
Hyperledger Burrow is a permissionable smart contract machine. The first of its kind when released in December, 2014, Burrow provides a modular blockchain client with a permissioned smart contract interpreter built in part to the specification of the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM).
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 Grid is a WebAssembly-based project for building supply chain solutions. It includes a set of libraries, data models, and SDK to accelerate development for supply chain smart contracts and client interfaces.
Hyperledger Indy is a distributed ledger, purpose-built for decentralized identity. It provides tools, libraries, and reusable components for creating and using independent digital identities rooted on blockchains or other distributed ledgers for interoperability.
Hyperledger Iroha is an easy to use, modular distributed blockchain platform with its own unique consensus and ordering service algorithms, rich role-based permission model and multi-signature support.
Hyperledger Sawtooth is a modular platform for building, deploying, and running distributed ledgers. Hyperledger Sawtooth includes a novel consensus algorithm, Proof of Elapsed Time (PoET), which targets large distributed validator populations with minimal resource consumption.
Hyperledger Aries is infrastructure for blockchain-rooted, peer-to-peer interactions. It provides a shared, reusable, interoperable tool kit designed for initiatives and solutions focused on creating, transmitting and storing verifiable digital credentials.
Hyperledger Caliper is a blockchain benchmark tool, which allows users to measure the performance of a specific blockchain implementation with a set of predefined use cases.
Hyperledger Cello aims to bring the on-demand “as-a-service” deployment model to the blockchain ecosystem to reduce the effort required for creating, managing and terminating blockchains.
Hyperledger Explorer can view, invoke, deploy or query blocks, transactions and associated data, network information, chain codes and transaction families, as well as any other relevant information stored in the ledger.
Hyperledger Quilt offers interoperability between ledger systems by implementing ILP, which is primarily a payments protocol and is designed to transfer value across distributed ledgers and non-distributed ledgers.
Significant Open Source software projects must offer developers and end users more than a simple repo, mailing list, and website. Hyperledger, a Linux Foundation Project, offers maintainers the following benefits:
As a Linux Foundation project, Hyperledger provides maintainers and their communities direct access to one of the deepest open source brain trusts in the world to help with everything from licensing to governance to release management to ecosystem development. In other words, we let you focus on developing the technology, confident that the legal, technical and organizational infrastructure your project needs for the long run is in place.
- Hyperledger leaders bring decades of experience developing and growing transformative open source infrastructure software
- You and your community will have access to dedicated PR, events and marketing resources to reach the audiences that matter (developers, end users, members) with the right messages. You will be able to plug into our web site and blog, which receive nearly 50,000 unique visitors per month as well as other high-impact promotional programs.
- Hyperledger has an extremely active industry conference calendar and project leaders are encouraged to participate.
- So far, Hyperledger has hosted 8 hackfests, averaging 150 attendees – this is a great way to tap into the existing Hyperledger developer community to improve your project and reach new developers.
- Hyperledger is also active with its own and other hack-a-thon competitions to draw developer attention to our projects.