Peers, channels, chaincodes, CAs, MSPs and Partners MSPs now have a new look.
Error handling is improved.
Application audit logs
Track who and when created a node or approved a chaincode.
It is possible to update a genesis block configuration on an application channel now.
You can remove an organization from an application channel as well as from a system channel.
Editing a peer set feature is available now.
CouchDB resources usage is customizable now.
You do not need to parse logs or make guesses to find out what is happening with your peer node. See detailed events about a peer node right in the UI.
You can track the status of the chaincode installed to the peer.
A CA wallet now contains a single identity.
Resolved the problem with ordering nodes resizing in Hyperledger Fabric (see issue).
The "fabric-console" Helm chart does not include external dependencies anymore.
RabbitMQ message broker and MySQL/PostgreSQL RDBMS had been packaged as subcharts previously. Now their installation configuration and management are out of the scope of the Helm chart.
The installation guide is updated due to Catalyst Blockchain Platform components changes.