Decision process for blockchain architectures based on requirements

01/22/2021 ∙ by Nicolas Six, et al. ∙ 0

In recent years, blockchain has grown in popularity due to its singular attributes, enabling the development of new innovative decentralized applications. But when companies consider leveraging blockchain for their applications, the plethora of possible choices and the difficulty of integrating blockchain into architectures can hinder its adoption. Our research project aims to ease the adoption of blockchain into companies, notably with the construction of an automated decision process to solve this issue in which requirements are first-class citizens, a knowledge base containing architectural patterns and blockchains refined over time, and an architecture generator able to process outputs into architectural stubs. This paper will also present our current progression on this decision process, by introducing the preliminary version that is able to choose the most suitable blockchain between multiple choices and our process-driven benchmarking tool.



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