The Linux Foundation Continues to Expand Japanese Language Training & Certification

Japan is one of the worlds biggest markets for open source software which means there is a constant need for upskilling of existing talent and to bring new individuals into the community to meet hiring demand. The Linux Foundation is committed to expanding access to quality open source training and certification opportunities which is why we have developed a number of Japanese language offerings.

The newest is LFS272-JP Hyperledger Fabric Administration which became available this week. Hyperledger Fabric a distributed ledger blockchain technology is intended as a foundation for developing applications or solutions with a modular architecture. Hyperledger Fabric allows components such as consensus and membership services to be plug-and-play. Its modular and versatile design satisfies a broad range of industry use cases and it offers a unique approach to consensus that enables performance at scale while preserving privacy.

LFS272-JP provides a deep understanding of the Hyperledger Fabric network and how to administer and interact with chaincode manage peers and operate basic CA-level functions. Upon completion participants will have a good understanding of the Hyperledger Fabric network topology chaincode operations administration of identities permissions how and where to configure component logging and much more. The course also serves as preparation for the Certified Hyperledger Fabric Administrator CHFA-JP exam which can be taken with a Japanese proctor the exam itself is conducted in English.


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