Certified Blockchain Architect


VILT (Virtual Instructor-Led Training): RM3,200 / pax

The Blockchain Architect track is comprised of three modules that develop skills in Blockchain functions, architectural models, technology and security. The final course module consists of a series of lab exercises that require participants to apply their knowledge of the preceding courses in order to fulfill project requirements and solve real world problems. Completion of these courses as part of a virtual or on-site workshop results in each participant receiving an official Digital Certificate of Completion, as well as a Digital Training Badge from Acclaim/Credly.

To achieve the Blockchain Architect Certification, Exam BC90.01 must be completed with a passing grade. A Certified Blockchain Architect understands the business value and technology architecture behind Blockchain, as well as the inner workings of Blockchain technologies and solutions. In addition to a proven understanding of the distributed ledger, immutable data storage and consensus processing, a Certified Blockchain Architect has proficiency with Blockchain architectural models, distributed ledger co-existence models and Blockchain security threats and counter-measures. Those who achieve this certification receive an official Digital Certificate of Excellence, as well as a Digital Certification Badge from Acclaim/Credly, with an account that supports the online verification of certification status.


3 days

Course Outline:
Module 1: Fundamental Blockchain

This module provides a clear, end-to-end understanding of how blockchain works. It breaks down blockchain technology and architecture in easy-to-understand concepts, terms and building blocks. Industry drivers and impacts of blockchain are explained, followed by plain English descriptions of each primary part of a blockchain system and step-by-step descriptions of how these parts work together.

Primary topics covered are:
– Benefits and Challenges of Blockchain
– Blockchain Business Drivers and Technology Drivers
– Understanding Blockchain’s Decentralized Model
– Blockchain Value Propositions
– How Blockchain Can be Used for Different Industries
– Blockchain Applications, Networks and the Distributed Ledger
– How the Distributed Ledger Can Relate to Relational Database
– Fundamental Components of a Blockchain Architecture
– Transactions, Records and Pools
– Blocks, Chains and Block Headers
– Blockchain Users, Full Nodes and Partial Nodes
– Step-by-Step Understanding of the Record and Block Lifecycle
– Consensus Algorithms (PoW, PoS, PoA, DPoS, LPoS, PoI, PoET, PoC, PoB, Round Robin)
– Public vs. Private / Permissionless vs. Permissioned Blockchains

– Step-by-Step Understanding of How the Merkle Tree Works
– Step-by-Step Understanding of How Consensus Works
– Coins, Tokens, Smart Contracts
– Basics of Crypto Hashing and Cryptography
– On-Chain, Off-Chain and Cross-Chain Activity
– Common Blockchain Metrics

Module 2: Blockchain Technology & Architecture

This module delves into blockchain technology architecture and the inner workings of blockchains by exploring a series of key design patterns, techniques and related architectural models, along with common technology mechanisms used to customize and optimize blockchain application designs in support of fulfilling business requirements.

Primary topics covered are:
– Common Blockchain Technology Mechanisms and Artifacts
– Node Monitor, Automated Node Deployer, Node Placement Monitor
– Consensus Processor, Block Maker, Identity Federator
– Hashing Engine, Chaining Engine, Identity Verifier, Wallet
– Node Repository, Ledger Replicator, Live Node Migrator
– Integrity and Validation Blockchain Design Patterns
– Block Singleton, Sidechain, Block Validation Consensus
– Scalability and Reliability Blockchain Design Patterns
– Auto-Scaling Nodes, Guaranteed Minimum Full Nodes
– Geo Scaling, Block Size Update
– Security and Privacy Blockchain Design Patterns
– Forced On-Chain Transactions, Federated Chain
– User Data Protection
– Utility Blockchain Design Patterns
– Transaction Record Tagging
– Lightweight Node, Node Task Abstraction

Module 3: Blockchain Technology & Architecture Lab

Participants are to solve a series of exercises and problems that are designed to test their ability to apply their knowledge of topics covered in previous courses.

By completing this lab, participants will know the area that requires further attention and will further prove hands-on proficiency in blockchain technologies, mechanisms and security controls as they are applied and combined to solve real-world problems.

For instructor-led delivery of this lab course, the Certified Trainer works closely with participants to ensure that all exercises are carried out completely and accurately. Attendees can voluntarily have exercises reviewed and graded as part of the class completion.

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