Performance Analysis of Hyperledger Fabric 2.0 Blockchain Platform

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(From the abstract)

Hyperledger Fabric is currently one of the most popular business Blockchain platforms. With its included functionality of executing custom smart contracts, Fabric has become one of the most widely used frameworks, e.g. for industry 4.0 applications. Though, most applications require a previously known data throughput. For a potentially interested developer, it is not trivial to decide, whether a given Fabric network confguration will meet the required expectations in regards to performance. Thus this work shows a performance analysis for Hyperledger Fabric v2.0 and focusses on the evaluation of throughput, latency and error rate, together with the overall scalability of the Fabric Blockchain platform. The results show, that Fabric v2.0 outperforms previous versions in almost any regard in addition to an improved smart contract lifecycle.


This article was for Cloud Continuum Services for Smart IoT Systems (CCIOT 2020) Vol. 5

Dreyer, Julian; Fischer, Marten; Tönjes, Ralf;

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