“(2016) has been a full year of growth for the project,” Hyperledger executive director Brian Behlendorf said.
“Not only did we exceed 100 members, Hyperledger met significant development milestones thanks to the community’s hard work. As 2016 was a year of exploration, R&D and prototyping, we’re excited for 2017 to be the year we start to see case studies of the technology in production environments.”
“It’s an exciting time for this because blockchain is not just for Bitcoin anymore, and the range of potential applications with it is vast for our customers,” CA Technologies CTO Otto Berkes said.
“This partnership will help us influence what that future looks like for both CA and our customers as they embark on their digital transformation journey.”
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