Azure Confidential Ledger is one of the most interesting Confidential Computing offering on Azure. It offers you the capability store data in a secure blockchain with private and public ledger type options. In the back of it, it uses blocks in blobs stored in Azure Storage Account. Data in transit is secured with TLS 1.3 and allowed via verified certificate users as well as Azure AD users.
Currently you can have Administrator, Contributor and Reader access levels assigned via Azure RBAC. Confidential Ledger runs on Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs) of Azure Confidential Computing. All the administrators and cloud providers are kept outside a Trusted Computing Base and it prevents anyone having access.
Creating a Confidential ledger is very easy. But a few things to keep in mind.
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