Active PAR

P2141.2

Standard for Transforming Enterprise Information Systems from Centralized Architecture into Blockchain-based Decentralized Architecture

This standard specifies the requirements, systems, methods, testing and verification for transforming enterprise information systems from a legacy centralized architecture into a blockchain-based decentralized architecture in order to improve the trust among multiple parties and participants while minimizing the transformation cost.

Standards Committee
CTS/BSC - Blockchain Standards Committee
Status
Active PAR
PAR Approval
2019-11-07

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Consumer Technology Society
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Standards Committee
CTS/BSC - Blockchain Standards Committee
Working Group
BACWG - Blockchain Against Corruption Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Soo Kim
Contact
Working Group Chair
Fan Zhang

Other Activities From This Working Group

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P2141.1

Standard for the Use of Blockchain in Anti-Corruption Applications for Centralized Organizations

This standard provides a common framework for blockchain-based Anti-Corruption Systems (ACS) for centralized organizations. This standard summarizes the uses cases and business flows for blockchain-based ACS, and specifies the implementation requirements including in the functional, performance, security and privacy aspects.

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P2141.3

Standard for Transforming Enterprise Information Systems from Distributed Architecture into Blockchain-based Decentralized Architecture

This standard specifies the requirements, systems, methods, testing and verification for transforming enterprise information systems from a legacy distributed architecture into a blockchain-based decentralized architecture in order to improve the trust among multiple parties and participants while minimizing the transformation cost.

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