Enterprise developers hold massive amounts of
sensitive data at their fingertips – an organisation’s
most valuable asset.

How can dev teams safeguard this data and remove the complexity and risk of data breach and loss from the current situation, yet still maintain full interoperability with current APIs and business critical apps?

The Gospel Data Platform is a secure graph database built on a distributed ledger. Multiple parties running Kubernetes clusters, each called a node, hold a shared copy of the database.

Partners collaborate on the Gospel cryptographically secure data store and allow access to records or views of records at an extremely granular level.

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The Gospel Data Platform is a secure graph database built on a distributed ledger. Multiple parties running Kubernetes clusters, each called a node, hold a shared copy of the database.

Partners collaborate on the Gospel cryptographically secure data store and allow access to records or views of records at an extremely granular level.

Gospel allows you to share sensitive data in place, control access and what is shown to certain users, apps or systems based on context, all by using built-in middleware.

Now, developers can bypass insecure data copies, high risk and complex, expensive middleware integrations in order to meet business objectives.
Gospel is disrupting the status quo of sharing and managing sensitive data by using distributed ledger technology (DLT) in a never-before-seen way to create a cryptographically secure data sharing fabric.

It sits on the backend of the same business critical apps you are already building with industry standard APIs such as MuleSoft

This allows enterprise developers to have complete visibility and control over the data in one place, know who’s reading it, and ensure that data is trusted and controlled no matter where it’s being stored or who it’s been shared with.

Every read is immutably logged as a chain-wide write, which ensures an absolutely irrefutable audit log.

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Securely share
sensitive data.
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Save time.
Reduce risk.
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Never copy.
Stay in control.

Introducing Gospel Developer QuickStart

An automatic deployment of the platform is available on Google Cloud Marketplace. With Gospel Developer QuickStart (GDQ), developers or implementation teams can deploy the platform with just a few clicks and test all features and capabilities.

There are three simple deployment options:

1. A pre-configured demonstration network where you can quickly and easily deploy an instance of Gospel nodes to begin testing the features and capabilities of the Gospel Data Platform.

2. A Gospel secure node when you are joining an existing partner’s Gospel deployment.

3. A new secure Gospel node for when you and your partners are creating a Gospel deployment for the first time.

 

To get started now, simply click on the button below.

Community

Visit our developer Meetup group and join us in person at our upcoming events around the UK
and San Francisco Bay area:

2704
London

24 September 2019

How to spin up a GKE-Native solution for secure data sharing in minutes.

Meet us here
2701
London

8 October 2019

ISV Meetup Demo Jam, by Salesforce ISV Meetup. Details to be confirmed.

Meet us here
2707
London

21 October 2019

Oracle Developer Meetup London. Details to be confirmed.

INFO TBC