Alastria at TruBLo
NGI project

TruBlo is an NGI project, it has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 957228.

The purpose of TruBLo is to fund ideas for reliable content on future blockchains (poner el link a la página web de TruBLo (trublo.eu | Distributed Trust).

You are in a web page that is part of the provision of services of Alastria for the TruBLo project applicant. This page has the aim to share expertise and resources related to AlastriaID & the infrastructure Red T (ETH/Quorum) & Red B (Hyperledger Besú).

Apart from innovating the infrastructure for blockchain Alastria connects the TruBLo participants to 500+ members from leading industries.

Participating in TruBlo are six European organisations. In order to support selected innovator teams the partners provide expertise from a range of relevant areas:

  • Digital payments (Worldline)
  • Global startup community (F6S)
  • Blockchain infrastructure (Alastria)
  • International media (Deutsche Welle)
  • Software & development expertise (ATC)
  • Academia/Technology (ICCS)

ID_Alastria

ID_Alastria is a digital identity model proposed by the Association for use in digital services, even beyond blockchain technology itself and inspired by the Self Sovereign Identity (SSI) concept.

The ID_Alastria project will be deployed as one of the basic applications of the blockchain infrastructure promoted by the association within its platform.

Since end of 2017 Alastria members working within the Digital Identity Working Group have created and presented the Alastria_ID model to become an european standard, for that AS A CONSTANT CHALLENGE FOR THE ASSOCIATION they VALIDATE AND TEST THE PROTOCOL USED, by DEVELOPPING the Alastria OWN THEORETICAL MODEL TO SHAPE THE PROJECT and make it now available for the TruBLo applicants.

We build a standard Sovereign Digital Identity (SSI) model that allows transactions on the Alastria network to be legally valid and conform to Spanish and European regulations.

European reference

The sovereign digital identity protocol developed by Alastria has become a benchmark in Spain and Europe.

Network T

Alastria partners have two operational networks (Network T and Network B) on which nodes can be deployed (either regular nodes or critical: validators and bootnodes). The requirements to install a node in any of these networks is, first, to be a member and, second, to accept the Government Policies and Good use of the nodes, which you can find below.

The first of Alastria’s partner node networks (Red T) is built on Quorum technology

Minimum requirements of a Red T Alastria node​

  • CPUs: 2 cores (4 cores recommended)
  • Memory: 4 GB (8 GB recommended)
  • Hard drive: 100 GB SSD (1 TB recommended)
  • Operating system: Ubuntu 16.04, CentOS7.4 or Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 always 64 bits

It is necessary to enable the following network ports on the machine where we are going to deploy the RedT node:

  • 8443: TCP – Monitoring Port
  • 9000: TCP – Constellation Port (private transactions)
  • 21000: TCP/UDP – Geth Process Application Port
  • 22000: TCP – RPC Communication Port (this port is used for applications that communicate with Alastria and can be filtered towards the internet)
  • 80 and 443 TCP – Port to establish RPC communication if Alastria Open Access is installed (these ports are used for applications that communicate with Alastria and are filtered towards the internet)

Installation tutorials

How a Regular Node is installed in Alastria Red-T network

Governance Policies

Once the node is installed it is necessary to know and accept the Government Policies defined by the partners in Alastria in order to proceed to the incorporation of a node in the networks and start using it. Get to know them!

NETWORK resources and tutorials

Continue with the configuration and know the details of the Alastria platform.

At any time do not hesitate to contact us through Alastria’s Slack channels (available with existing information on the Wikis)

Network B

Alastria partners have two operational networks (Network T and Network B) on which nodes can be deployed (either regular nodes or critical: validators and bootnodes). The requirements to install a node in any of these networks is, first, to be a member and, second, to accept the Government Policies and Good use of the nodes, which you can find below.

The second of the networks (Network B) is built on Hyperledger Besu.

Minimum requirements of a Red B Alastria node​

  • CPUs: 2 cores (4 cores recommended)
  • Memory: 4 GB (8 GB recommended)
  • Hard drive: 100 GB SSD (1 TB recommended)
  • Operating System: Ubuntu 16.04 / 18.04 LTS 64 bits

It is necessary to enable the following network ports on the machine where we are going to deploy the RedB node:

  • 9090: TCP – Prometheus monitoring tool port
  • 8546: TCP – RPC/WS Ethstats client port
  • 8545: TCP – RPC HTTP port only for Regular nodes (optional – internal only)
  • 8080: TCP – Orion Communication port (private transactions)
  • 30303: TCP/UDP – Ethereum Client listener and discovering port

Installation tutorials

How to set up a Regular Node in Alastria Red-B network

Governance Policies

Once the node is installed it is necessary to know and accept the Government Policies defined by the partners in Alastria in order to proceed to the incorporation of a node in the networks and start using it. Get to know them!

NETWORK resources and tutorials

Continue with the configuration and know the details of the Alastria platform.

At any time do not hesitate to contact us through Alastria’s Slack channels (available with existing information on the Wikis)

How will it work?

The protocol will implement contracts and software components that allow its integration with backends of different services. All this in a basic APP, which serves as an example of the use of the protocol and that, being open source, allows to evolve by the partners to adapt with the requirements of users and suppliers.

Through this APP, and under an SSI model, users will have control over the transactions associated with their identity and will be able to access different services.

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