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The Role of Blockchain in Future Integrations

We have critically evaluated blockchain-based integration use cases, their feasibility, and timelines. Emerging Technology Analysis Canvas (ETAC), a framework built to analyze emerging technologies, is the methodology of our study. Based on our analysis, we observe that blockchain can significantly impact integration use cases.
In our paper, we identify 30-plus blockchain-based use cases for integration and four architecture patterns. Notably, each use case we identified can be implemented using one of the architecture patterns. Furthermore, we also discuss challenges and risks posed by blockchains that would affect these architecture patterns.
Join our webinar as we explore the four architecture patterns and their feasibility in detail.
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Srinath Perera, Vice President - Research, CTO Office, WSO2
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