Confidential Consortium Framework

Confidential Consortium Framework (CCF)
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Original author(s)Microsoft Research & Microsoft Azure Engineering[1]
Developer(s)Microsoft and community
Initial release2019; 3 years ago (2019)
Stable release
ccf-1.0.6 / July 5, 2021; 6 months ago (2021-07-05)
Repositorygithub.com/microsoft/CCF
Written inC++, Python
Operating systemLinux
PlatformCross-platform
TypeBlockchain infrastructure framework
LicenseApache 2.0 License
Websitemicrosoft.github.io/CCF/

The Confidential Consortium Framework (CCF) is a free and open source blockchain infrastructure framework developed by Microsoft.[2] It was originally called Coco Framework. The framework is used for developing distributed ledgers that can execute transactions with throughput and latency similar to those of a centralized database.

Overview[]

The multi-party computation framework uses trusted execution environments (TEEs) such as Intel Software Guard Extensions (SGX).[2]

The Confidential Consortium Framework was presented at FOSDEM 2020 in Brussels, Belgium.[3] The CCF source code is licensed under Apache 2.0 License and available on GitHub.[4] It runs on Linux and, according to Microsoft, it is primarily developed and tested on Ubuntu 18.04.[5]

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References[]

  1. ^ "Confidential Consortium Framework".
  2. ^ a b De Simone, Sergio (May 16, 2019). "Microsoft Open-Sources CCF Framework to Improve Blockchain Ledgers Throughput and Latency". InfoQ.
  3. ^ "FOSDEM 2020 - Hardware-aided Trusted Computing devroom". archive.fosdem.org.
  4. ^ "GitHub - microsoft/CCF: Confidential Consortium Framework". October 25, 2020 – via GitHub.
  5. ^ "Install CCF — CCF documentation". microsoft.github.io.

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