Are you looking for full visibility of your blockchain applications and assets? Look no further than Sirato, a data and analytics platform for Ethereum-compatible blockchains. With Sirato, you can gain unique insights, sophisticated search functionality, and full support for private transactions, making it the only blockchain explorer that supports private transactions in Azure Blockchain Service, Hyperledger Besu, and Quorum networks. Plus, it is the only platform for all your users, allowing you to manage the entire lifecycle of your blockchain smart contracts, from development to production.
But what if you’re just starting out and need a quick and easy way to generate local Quorum blockchain networks for development and demonstration purposes? Enter Quorum-dev-quickstart, a command-line tool that can do just that in less than two minutes. And with the latest updates to the Quorum-dev-quickstart Github repository, you can now enable Sirato’s free version to monitor your blockchain network.
Enabling Sirato is easy. Simply follow the prompts when running quorum-dev-quickstart, selecting “Y” when asked if you would like to enable Sirato. Once the script finishes, you can explore Sirato by opening the link http://localhost:8081 on any browser.
Sirato’s features make it stand out from other blockchain explorers. The dashboard provides an aggregated view of network activities, while the network page gives an overview of the network status and connected peers. The blocks page shows a real-time view of the finalized blocks, and the transactions page shows a paginated view of new and historical transactions. With Sirato’s clean, simple UI and powerful API for developing reports and gathering business intelligence, you can gain meaningful insights into your blockchain applications running on Ethereum, Quorum, and EVM-compatible networks.
Sirato is not just for technical users. The platform’s customizable labels for addresses and accounts and mobile-friendly design make it accessible to both business and technical users. Whether you’re just starting out or looking to take your private blockchain exploration to the next level, give Sirato with Quorum-dev-quickstart a try today.