• David Chou

No More Excuses On Blockchain Development


We finally have an explosion of blockchain development platforms. There should be no more excuses on the lack of platform to use for of developing a solution.

Microsoft - Azure blockchain workbench is available https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/solutions/blockchain/?cdn=disable

Google - Google partnering with Digital Asset and BlockApps to enable customers to "explore ways they might use distributed ledger technology (DLT) frameworks on Google's Cloud Platform (GCP)

IBM - One of the early platforms on the market with great use cases. Go check out it out at https://www.ibm.com/blockchain/getting-started

HPE - HPE is offering a Mission Critical Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) is a solution that enables customers to run distributed ledger workloads on their platform. I have personally not followed them too much

Oracle - Oracle also announced their BaaS platform based off the Linux foundation hyperledger fabric platform.

Amazon - They already offer their platform that incorporates Hyperledger. Amazon has recently partnered with Kaleido to offer its cloud services on which to host an Enterprise Ethereum-based, open-source blockchain platform. That makes Kaleido the first managed blockchain SaaS available on AWS.

The tough part begins which is establishing a trusted community.


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ABOUT David Chou

David Chou serves as the SVP/CIO for Harris Health System.  Chou has held executive roles with the Cleveland Clinic, Children's Mercy Hospital, University Of Mississippi Medical Center, AHMC Healthcare, and Prime Healthcare.  

David is a dynamic keynote speaker and industry commentator working with clients to transform their business models using technology. He has spoken around the world at healthcare tech-related conference including keynotes for leading industry events and intimate executive settings. Chou is also one of the most mentioned CIOs in the media and well quoted in outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, Modern Healthcare, HIMSS Media, ZDNet, CIO.com, Huffington Post, and Becker's Healthcare.  David is an active member of both ACHE and HIMSS while serving on the board for CHIME. 

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