Certified Blockchain Solutions Architect Training Course

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GreyCampus Certified Blockchain Solutions Architect is an ideal course to gain an understanding of required blockchain concepts if you are willing to appear for CBSA examination. Get started with the course today to gain insights regarding the exam overview and process that helps you kick-start your preparation.

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Course Overview

Certified Blockchain Solutions Architect self-paced course introduces you to the Blockchain basics that include components, ledger, and terminology. It walks through the reasons for the blockchain revolution and how business and government are looking at technology for creating efficiencies. As the course is developed to help you prepare for the CBSA exam, it covers the exam process, top 10 areas to focus for the exam, and what to expect before, during and after the exam. 

To sum up, the course covers the following to get you enabled

- Objectives for CBSA Exam 

- Blockchain Architect basics and advance concepts 

- Selection of appropriate blockchain systems for various use cases 

- Working on the public as well as permissioned blockchain systems 

- Blockchain terminologies that are critical for exam 

- Ample resources for exam study

  • 1-year access to audio-video lectures
  • GreyCampus course completion certificate

Course Outline

Certified Blockchain Solutions Architect
Blockchain 101 - Terminology and Components
Objective-Difference between proof of work, proof of stake, & other proof systems & why they exist
Objective - Why cryptocurrency is needed on certain types of blockchains
Objective - The difference between public, private, and permissioned blockchains
Objective – How Blocks are written to a blockchain
Objective – Where cryptography fits into blockchain and the most commonly used systems
Objective – The common use cases for public blockchains
Objective – The common use cases for public blockchains
Objective – Common use cases for private & permissioned blockchains
Objective - What is needed to launch your own blockchain
Objective – Segwits and Forks
Objective – When is mining needed and when it is not
Objective – Byzantine Fault Tolerance
Objective – Consensus among Blockchains
Objective – Hashing
Objective – Security in Blockchain and how addresses, public keys, and private keys work
Objective – What is a smart contract and dApps?
Objective – History of Blockchain
Objective – The programming languages of the most common blockchains
Objective – Common testing and deployment practices for blockchains and blockchain-based apps
Objective – Value Creation
Objective – Blockchain Key Components
Objective – Blockchain Architecture
Objective – Bitcoin Improvement Protocols
Objective – Hyperledger
Objective – Hyperledger Composer
Objective - Hyperledger Chaincode
Objective - Ethereum
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