Current BETA limitations

This list will be updated frequently to reflect the changes in features and scope of Forma.
  • Network's infrastructure can run on:
    • WorldSibu’s servers as a fully managed service.
    • Your own Google Cloud Kubernetes cluster.
    • Your own IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service.
    • Your own Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes.
    • Your own Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Service.
    • Your own DigitalOcean Kubernetes.
    • Your own vanilla cluster.
  • Can’t add more organizations after a network is created.
  • Every component self-recovers (including orderer) with a slight delay.
  • 1 peer per organization.
  • 1 CouchDB per pee. No SSL (http).

Check out our roadmap here.

Changelog

05-08-2019

  • Network's infrastructure can run on:
    • WorldSibu’s servers as a fully managed service.
    • Your own Google Cloud Kubernetes cluster.
    • Your own IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service.
    • Your own Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes.
    • Your own DigitalOcean Kubernetes.
  • Service accounts can now be created with custom attributes.
  • Minor bug fixes.

04-29-2019

  • All the infrastructure runs on WorldSibu’s servers or your own Google Cloud Kubernetes cluster.
  • Maximum of 10 organizations per network.
  • Every component self-recovers (including orderer) with a slight delay.
  • Minor bug fixes.

03-01-2019

  • All the infrastructure runs on WorldSibu’s servers.
  • Can’t add more organizations after a network is created.
  • Maximum of 5 organizations per network.
  • Non-fault tolerant orderer.
  • 1 peer per organization.
  • 1 CouchDB per pee. No SSL (http).
  • Permissive consensus algorithm.

We try to manage every network really carefully while in BETA however beware of the BETA status and its potential limitations/issues.

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