Chainlink is a decentralized oracle network used to provide external data to Ethereum smart contracts. Connecting external data allows a contract to have the information from real-world external events, APIs, and other blockchains.
The Chainlink network provides reliable tamper-proof inputs and outputs for complex smart contracts on any blockchain. Smart contracts allow you to execute tamper-proof digital agreements, which are considered highly secure and reliable. In order to maintain a contracts’ overall reliability, the inputs and outputs which the contract relies on also need to be secure. Chainlink provides a reliable connection to external data, that is provably secure end-to-end.
In this video, we demo how to get a private Chainlink network running in seconds on Kaleido, with secure access to the built-in console experiences and APIs, along with log management, monitoring and more.
We'll also cover the enterprise-grade capabilities that come standard when running your private Chainlink Network on Kaleido, like ISO certification, built-in HA/DR, automatic failover, secure network isolation, SLAs and dedicated 24×7 support options, and more.