A blockchain network is a technical infrastructure that allows applications to access ledger and smart contract services.

Blockchain networks can be mainly classified as public, private, consortium, or hybrid depending on network access, data permissions, participant types, degree of decentralization, protocol/framework, and other factors as well.

In Hyperledger, a Fabric permissioned blockchain network is a technical infrastructure that provides ledger services to application consumers and administrators. Fabric Network comprises unique organizations (or members) that interact with each other. Each Fabric Network has multiple components such as - Ledgers, Chaincode, Peer Nodes, Ordering Services, Channels, and Certificate Authority. Spydra allows its users to create and manage Hyperledger fabric networks and deploy pre-configured chaincode applications on the network.

In the Spydra console, under the networks section, you can view the list of all networks that you created or your organization is part of.

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