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Reganto Platform is the digital structure on which our game changing solutions have been built on, across business domains. The technology used underpins our solutions across HR, EdTech and eGovernment. By bringing together infrastructure, security and data services onto one extensible cloud platform, Reganto makes it possible for applications to focus on just the business logic and user interface.
A private, permissioned based Blockchain network hosted as a cloud service provides applications built on the platform, the flexibility to be built independently and consume Blockchain as a service. This unique approach to Blockchain as a “plug-in” liberates applications from the shackles of having to think within the limitations of Blockchain. Reganto removes the need for applications to manage nodes, certificate authorities, channels, block parameters and other such technical requirements.
This component of the platform exposes key machine learning algorithms as a service, enabling applications to provide end-users with unique functionality. Be it a classification, recommendation or prediction, Reganto provides an API led integration to pre-trained models, thereby bringing the power of automation to the apps built on Reganto.
Using a unique combination of GraphQL libraries and Google DialogueFlow, Reganto allows applications built on the platform to integrate with backend data sources through conversational interactions.
Reganto provides applications the flexibility to build customized workflows using JSON based definitions that can be modified in real-time. The Reganto Workflow Engine is machine learning ready capable of carrying out predictive execution of workflow steps.
Reganto is built with comprehensive Identity management with out-of-the-box support for single sign on using SAML2, OAuth and OpenID capabilities.
Using the Reganto Blockchain, clients using the Reganto solutions can easily share data by having their own node – entirely managed by them.
Reganto provides each client with a dedicated channel on the Blockchain thereby ensuring total data privacy and data isolation.
Unlike several Blockchains hosted on-premise, Reganto uses cloud-native Hyperledger platform to power the private Reganto Blockchain.
Reganto intelligently monitors your usage of the platform and provides helpful suggestions to fast track your activities.
Reganto uses machine learning to monitor usage and proactively predict application or platform errors thereby reducing down-time of the system.
Machine learning models for most common use-cases are plugged into data streams to provide applications with the benefit of pre-trained models.
JSON based workflow definitions that can be edited in real-time thereby removing the need for restarting state machine workflows in case of network or other breakages.
Reganto supports event based choreography as well as configuration based orchestration of business process micro services for maximum flexibility.
Real-time monitoring of workflow status enables applications to stay on top of activity executions with support for API and web-hooks.
Private blockchains work on the basis of proof-of-authority rather than other types of proof. This ensures security of data as it doesn’t have to sit on public nodes that are prone to doping of proof of work. Private blockchains work on the principle of pre-agreed trust arrangements.
Reganto doesn’t follow a consensus based verification like other systems do. Our verification algorithm works on the basis of data received from the source – the corporate, or university or the government concerned.
No. Bitcoin (or any other crypto currency) is one of the implementations of Blockchain. Bitcoin to Blockchain is what Amazon is to internet.
Blockchain works on the basis of shared-trust. This means the blockchain cannot be modified or edited independently without the other parties on the network knowing about it. Contrast this to a traditional database which eventually rests at the hands of an administrator in one of the entities concerned.
Absolutely. Anyone can setup a Blockchain. But involves a lot of compute resource. This means Blockchains are costly to setup and maintain, thereby making hosted Blockchains a very attractive proposition.