Learning more about how an Ethereum client works is crucial for Developers and DevOps professionals who are looking to create a private blockchain network or to connect to Ethereum mainnet. As individuals and organizations adopt Ethereum as part of their business processes, Developers and DevOps professionals will be able to use the knowledge gained in this course to create blockchain networks and deploy decentralized applications to these networks. This course will provide a learner with insight into how to configure and use Hyperledger Besu to do these activities, and provide examples of where Hyperledger Besu is being used.
Hyperledger Besu Essentials: Creating a Private Blockchain Network (LFS176x)
- Knowledge of Java and tools like Docker and the command line/terminal for the operating system.
- Familiarity with text/code editors used in the context of software development or DevOps practices.
- Besu requires 4GB of RAM
- For public Ethereum networks, including mainnet and testnets such as Ropsten, Besu requires a minimum of 8GB of RAM
- Syncing to the Ethereum Mainnet requires 750 GB of disk space
– Java 11+
– For Orion, libsodium