Review of Three Hyperledger Tools – Caliper, Cello and Avalon

In our previous article Review of Five popular Hyperledger DLTs- Fabric Besu Sawtooth Iroha and Indy we discussed the following Hyperledger Distributed Ledger Technologies DLTs.

To continue our journey in this article we discuss three Hyperledger tools Hyperledger Caliper Cello and Avalon that act as great accessories for any of Hyperledger DLTs. It is worth mentioning that as of this writing all of three tools discussed in this article are at the incubation stage.

Caliper is a benchmarking tool for measuring blockchain performance and is written in JavaScript. It utilizes the following four performance indicators success rate Transactions Per Second or transaction throughput transaction latency and resource utilization. Specifically it is designed to perform benchmarks on a deployed smart contract enabling the analysis of said four indicators on a blockchain network while smart contract is being used.

Caliper is a unique general tool and has become a useful reference for enterprises to measure the performance of their distributed ledgers. The Caliper project will be one of the most important tools to use along with other Hyperledger projects even in Quorum or Ethereum projects since it also supports those types of blockchains. It offers different connectors to various blockchains which gives it greater power and usability. Likewise based on its documentation Caliper is ideal for.


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