In this semi-technical course, you will explore the functional architecture of Mojaloop and gain a deeper understanding of the interplay between the scheme, the hub and the platform. You will consider operational costs and examine how to scale a hub according to customer or DFSP requirements, plus learn how to set up and operate a hub, including the key decisions to be made throughout the process and how the hub can be created and run in a sustainable, future-proof manner.
**Although anyone interested can review the HUB 101 course, the course has been designed with hub operators in mind. It is also assumed that learners of HUB 101 have completed MOJA 101, the Mojaloop Training Program’s introductory course.
This semi-technical course provides an overview of the Mojaloop tools, processes, and operations for a Hub operator or anyone interested in building and running an operational Mojaloop Hub. HUB 209 begins with an overview of the Hub operator and support operations. Next, the various management processes for incidents, problems, change, release, and configurations are discussed. A detailed look at operational tooling and monitoring is then covered. Finally, this course concludes with a brief look at API gateways as an example of the tools used to manage the technical operations (TechOps).
**Please review the pre-requisite course, HUB 101, before enrolling in HUB 209.