Quantum Ledger Database (QLDB)

Get started with Quantum Ledger Database (QLDB) on LocalStack

The Quantum Ledger Database (QLDB) API supports queries over cryptographically verifiable data, stored in a journal of immutable transaction events. LocalStack allows to create local ledgers and journals, to perform CREATE TABLE statements, to insert data via INSERT statements, and to query data via SELECT statements.

QLDB uses the Amazon ION data format, a data serialization format that represents a superset of JSON, with a number of additional features.

A simple QLDB example running on LocalStack is provided in this Github repository. The sample consists of two simple scenarios: (1) to create and list tables via the pyqldb Python library, and (2) to insert data into two tables and perform a JOIN query that combines data from the two tables. The sample output is posted below:

Scenario 1: create and list tables in ledger
Creating new test ledger in QLDB API: ledger-test-1
Creating two test tables in ledger
Retrieved list of tables in ledger ledger-test-1: ['foobar1', 'foobar2']
Scenario 2: create ledger tables and run join query
Creating two test tables in ledger - "Vehicle" and "VehicleRegistration"
Running a query that joins data from the two tables
Query result: [{'Vehicle': {'id': 'v1'}}, {'Vehicle': {'id': 'v2'}}, {'Vehicle': {'id': 'v3'}}]