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Authors: Gumerov E. A., Alekseeva T. V.     Published in № 5(89) 06 november 2020 year
Rubric: IT development

Development of an information system of Oracle programs in blockchain management systems

Oracles programs accept information from various sources, transform it, and transmit it to smart contracts. They can also accept data from a smart contract and transmit it to an external data source. Ensuring the security, validity and integrity of the supplied data determines the success of the blockchain system, therefore, the research topic is relevant. The purpose of this article is to identify practically important features of Oracle programs and develop a version of the information system architecture for Oracles programs that meets the necessary requirements. The authors were faced with the task of investigating all the vulnerabilities associated with the use of Oracle programs and developing an optimal architectural solution. In the course of research, methods of reviewing scientific literature on the subject of research, collecting, structuring and analyzing the information received, and methods of choosing solutions were used. As a result of the research, the concept of an intelligent system for transferring external data to a blockchain management system is proposed and the optimal architecture of this intelligent system is developed. This solution is aimed at improving the security of using Oracle programs for blockchain management systems, especially blockchain management systems for industrial Internet of things applications. The solution can be used by developers of distributed registry systems to effectively launch and implement projects.

Key words

oracle program, oracle program vulnerabilities, smart contract, blockchain control system, industrial internet of things, distributed ledger cryptosystem, information security, intelligent data transfer system, blockchain platform, blockchain network node, Docker container

The author:

Gumerov E. A.

Degree:

Cand. Sci, (Eng.), Associate Professor, Department of Information management and information and communication technologies named after Professor V. V. Dik, Moscow University for Industry and Finance «Synergy»

Location:

Moscow, Russia

The author:

Alekseeva T. V.

Degree:

Associate Professor, Department of Information management and information and communication technologies named after Professor V. V. Dik, Moscow University for Industry and Finance «Synergy»

Location:

Moscow, Russia