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Corda Distributed Ledger Architecture

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Course Overview

R3 Corda Architecture training is for technical leaders who need to make decisions about architecture, environment, and development platforms using the R3 Corda platform. The class covers the following topics:

  • Fundamental R3 Corda concepts
  • How R3 Corda works
  • Types of R3 Corda applications
  • R3 Corda use cases
  • How R3 Corda compares to traditional financial software development
  • How R3 Corda compares to Ethereum
  • How R3 Corda compares to Hyperledger
  • R3 Corda app structure
  • R3 Corda components (states, transactions, contracts, notaries, oracles, and flows)
  • Designing R3 Corda solutions
  • Developing R3 Corda solutions
  • Unit testing R3 Corda solutions
  • R3 Corda Client RPC and REST APIs
  • R3 Corda infrastructure (identity, TLS, AMQP, Artemis, Quasar)


Basic Java Programming Skills.


Chapter 1: Getting Started with R3 Corda

  • Introduction
  • Java, Kotlin, and IntelliJ Backgrounder
    1. Java Learning Resources
    2. Kotlin Learning Resources
    3. IntelliJ Learning Resources
  • Financial Backgrounder
  • Cryptography Basics
    1. Cryptographic PRNG Algorithms
    2. Cryptographic Hash Algorithms
    3. Symmetric Cryptographic Algorithms
    4. Asymmetric Cryptographic Algorithms
    5. Digital Signature Algorithms
    6. PKI, SSL/TLS and X.509
    7. Authentication and Authorization
    8. Firewalls and DMZs
    9. Byzantine Fault Tolerance
    10. PoW Consensus (Proof of Work)
    11. PoS Consensus (Proof of Stake)
    12. Other Consensus Mechanisms
    13. Secure Enclaves
    14. Merkle Trees
  • Distributed and Decentralized Ledgers

    1. Ledger Terminology

    2. Centralized Database Issues

    3. Blockchain, Consensus, Immutability, and Trust

    4. The UTXO Model

    5. Account Reconciliation

    6. R3 Corda vs Bitcoin

    7. R3 Corda vs Ethereum

    8. R3 Corda vs Hyperledger

  • Corda Peer-to-Peer Networks

    1. Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Network Architectures

    2. Network Protocols: TLS and AMQP/1.0

    3. Corda Nodes and Network Topology

    4. R3 Corda Network

    5. Doorman Authentication Service

    6. DemoBench

Lab 1: DemoBench App
  • Launch DemoBench
  • Create Notaries
  • Create Nodes
  • Launch Node Explorer
  • View Corda Network
  • Create, invoke, and view Transactions
  • Query data in Vaults
  • Add and use custom CorDapps
Chapter 2: Intro R3 Corda Architecture
  1. CorDapp Scenarios
  2. Corda Whitepapers
  3. Corda Components
    • States
    • Vaults
    • Contracts
    • Attachments
    • Commands
    • Transactions
    • Notaries
    • Flow Framework
Lab 2: Hello World Tutorial
  • Use the R3 CorDapp Template
  • Explore States
  • Explore Contracts
  • Explore Commands
  • Explore Transactions
  • Explore Flows
Chapter 3: Intro to Corda Programming
  1. Explore CorDapp project structure
  2. Write Contracts
  3. Write Transactions
  4. Write Flows
  5. Use the client RPC API
Lab 3: R3 Example CorDapp Tutorial
  • Download the R3 Example CorDapp
  • Explore the example IOU Contract
  • Explore the example IOU Sate
  • Explore the example Flow
  • Interact with the example CorDapp
Chapter 4: Advanced R3 Corda Architecture
  1. Sub-Flows
  2. Time Windows
  3. Oracles
  4. Transaction Tear-Offs
Lab 4: R3 CorDapp Samples on GitHub
  • Explore the "Yo!" example
  • Explore the "CordaChat" example
  • Explore the "Heartbeat" example

Chapter 5: Advanced Corda Programming

  1. Code Style Guide
  2. Unit Testing
Lab 5: R3 Corda Training Code Example
  • Use the R3 CorDapp Training Code Example for Unit Testing
  • Implement States and State Unit Tests
  • Implement Flows and Flow Unit Tests
Chapter 6: R3 Corda Infrastructure
  1. Client RPC and REST APIs
  2. Object Serialization and AMQP over TLS
  3. Artemis Message Queuing Middleware
  4. Quasar and Asynchronous Programming
  5. Corda Deployment
Lab 6: Community Corda Samples
  • Explore the "Delivery vs Payment Asset Transfers" example
  • Explore the "Property Listing" example
  • Explore the "Insurance Claim" example


  • Duration: 20 Hours

  • Class Access: 1 Year

  • Format: Self-Paced Learning

  • Join over 100,000 students learning

  • One year Access to Learning Content

  • 20 Hours of Learning Content

  • PDF Exam Study Guide Included

  • Exam Voucher and Free Retake Included with Bundle


  • Corda Distributed Ledger Architecture On Demand and Study Guide (20+ hours of content)

Price: CHF 265.00​

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