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Get to Know Blockchain at TIBCO NOW 2018

Blog: The Tibco Blog

TIBCO NOW 2018 is our flagship conference where peers gather to talk about how businesses can continuously compete with innovation and operate at the cutting edge. Together, we’ll explore how to implement all the hottest technologies including cloud, blockchain, AI, and the latest in integration and analytics to optimize operations and create unforgettable customer experiences.

Blockchain became famous as the underlying technology behind Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency platforms. But now, blockchain’s distributed ledger system combined with – embedded business logic known as “smart contracts” are proving useful for more than just currency. At TIBCO, we are invested in helping our customers get the most out of all the latest blockchain applications.

That’s why at TIBCO NOW 2018, we’ll dive into how blockchain can potentially address fragmented, brittle, and disjointed business interactions and data exchanges across many industries. We’ve got breakout sessions, customer stories, demos, and more. Below, see some of the highlights happening at this year’s TIBCO NOW.

Attend Blockchain in the Enterprise, happening on Wednesday, September 5th at 2 pm, where we’ll look at blockchain’s ability to deliver information via a shared, trusted distributed network and how it presents many potential benefits for a number of industries, especially when combined with techniques from the IoT and AI communities. You’ll learn how to determine the value of a blockchain for your enterprise, along with things to consider (including myths) for a successful blockchain enterprise implementation. You won’t want to miss this one as it is being hosted by Nelson Petracek, Blockchain expert and TIBCO CTO, along with our guest Forrester’s Principal Analyst and renown blockchain thought-leader Martha Bennett!

In another exciting session happening on Thursday, September 6th at 10 am, Blockchain: Make Smart Contracts Smarter, we’ll discuss how smart contracts have the potential to change the way applications are built. From their ability to securely execute business logic to the automation of business transactions across a blockchain network, smart contracts represent a huge opportunity for organizations who venture into this technology. Join this session to learn more about smart contracts, their use within an enterprise/permission blockchain deployment, and how to greatly simplify smart contract development.

We’re pumped for our blockchain panel happening on Tuesday, September 4th, where TIBCO customers will get together with TIBCO blockchain experts to look at the strides made in healthcare to implement blockchain. Industry research finds that 16% of surveyed healthcare executives had solid plans to implement a commercial blockchain solution this year, while 56% expected to by 2020. Are you going to be one of them? We hope so.

TIBCO NOW 2018 can help you get the most out of this exploding technology. We will teach you the foundation of blockchain and how TIBCO can support enterprise level, “industrial” implementation.

Register today!

 

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