Released in January 2020, the news of Hyperledger Fabric's version 2.0 release made waves across the enteprise blockchain community. The upgrade introduced a variety of improvements based of the development experience of enterprises building solutions on Fabric 1.0, including heightened data privacy capabilities, increased performance, more granular controls, and greater flexibility for consortium management.
KC Tam is a widely regarded expert in the Fabric world that has written extensively about his learning during his journey in blockchain. His deep dive articles of Fabric 2.0 that present cross comparisons between 1.0 and 2.0 are some of the earliest to have been written since its launch. In this episode, Ashlie speaks to KC Tam on the key changes introduced in Hyperledger Fabric 2.0 and his take on the value of these improvements.
Read KC's writing on Hyperledger Fabric 2.0
First Attempt on Chaincode Operation in Hyperledger Fabric Release 2.0
Illustrating Endorsement Policy in Lifecycle Chaincode (Hyperledger Fabric Release 2.0)
Changing Endorsement Policy and Chaincode Upgrade After Chaincode Committed (Hyperledger Fabric 2.0)
From “First Network” to “Test Network”: A New Test Network introduced in Fabric v2.0
About KC Tam
KC is the founder of LedgerTech, mainly providing blockchain consulting and training service to various types of clients. He is also an instructor and training material developer at Blockchain Educators, providing classroom training on various blockchain topics, and a part-time lecturer at City University of Hong Kong. He speaks in many blockchain events and webinars, and publishes articles regularly on blockchain topics, from concepts to hands-on practice, receiving more than 15,000 views each month. His interest is to explore how blockchain platforms work, and how blockchain applications help in the business world. His focus is on Hyperledger Fabric and Ethereum. Prior to his blockchain journey, he also spent almost 10 years in cloud consulting roles in both Cisco and Ericsson.