Blockchain Standardization Challenges

Bitcoin’s blockchain technology is becoming increasingly pervasive. Indeed its potential is touted across the board, from the NanoInternet of Things to the Industrial Internet of Things, providing businesses with vast opportunities to innovate and create new products.

But because blockchain technology is so unprecedented, enterprises all over are confronting problems related to standardization and integration of the blockchain into the enterprise. As a result, initiatives are focusing on how to standardize and integrate blockchains into enterprises.

Integrating & Implementing the Blockchain


To meet integration challenges that the digital era brings, leading research companies, such as Gartner Inc., are focusing their research on integration strategies.

In this regard, the Gartner report “CIO Call to Action: Shake up Your Integration Strategy to Enable Digital Transformation,” highlights that the classic models of integration are no longer valid. They are indeed obsolete. The report explains:

The fast pace of change that is driven by digitalization, the opportunity to experiment with ways to relate to constituencies via the mobile, cloud, and analytics, and the chance of testing new business models enabled by the IoT are at odds with the classic systematic approach to integration.”

It also proposes that IoT can bring unimagined levels of efficiency and innovation. “However, it also requires organizations to integrate the new world of ‘smart things’ and the data they produce with back-end business processes, data, and analytical environments.”


Blockchain Technologies With AZURE :

Initially, Blockchain Company was considered to be immensely useful for carrying out cryptocurrency transactions but now it has entered the mainstream market. This has indeed widened its scope of working. In turn, this has resulted in a growing demand for blockchain technology. Experienced and reliable blockchain development companies thus come into play for diversifying one’s business prospects.

Various industries like healthcare, banking, food production are now counting upon this new industry for carrying out the processes of their company in a hassle-free manner.

Get up and running quickly

With Azure Blockchain Workbench, configure and deploy a consortium network with just a few clicks. Ideal for dev/test exploration, Workbench’s automatic ledger deployment, network construction, and pre-built blockchain commands greatly reduce infrastructure development time.

Build applications in days not months

Reduce development time and cost with pre-built integrations to the cloud services needed for application development. Associate blockchain identities with Azure Active Directory (AD) for easier sign in and collaboration. Securely store private keys with Azure Key Vault. Ingest the messages and events required to trigger your smart contracts with Service Bus and Event Hubs. Signing, hashing and routing tools transform messages into the format expected by the blockchain’s native API. Synchronize on-chain data with off-chain storage and databases to more easily query attestations and visualize ledger activity.

Connect your blockchain to your business

Easily integrate blockchain workflows with existing systems and applications leveraging Microsoft Flow and Logic Apps. Extend capabilities with a REST-based API for client development and a message-based API for system-to-system integration.

Innovate with confidence

Build on your own timeline and scale when you need to, using the global availability and reliability of Azure, safeguarding your consortiums data on the cloud platform with more certifications than any other cloud provider.