• 29 Jun 2022
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Article Summary

Enhancements in this Release v8.6.7

June 28th, 2022                                                                                                              Version 8.6.7

The DL Asset Track platform now supports multitenancy, meaning a single instance can serve multiple users. This release has significantly improved the Operator onboarding process, and now each Operator is associated with a tenant.

All activities performed by Data Operators, Subordinates, and Participants under an assigned Operator are stored and tracked on the blockchain separately. This segregation is classified based on the corresponding tenant.

The DL Asset Track platform has a security update. All the existing webhook credentials stored in the database are encrypted. The enhancements in the code base now enable the platform to save the webhook credentials in encrypted form for any future use.

Additionally, by using the PM2/cluster module, Workflow Management Service now uses all the available CPU cores, improving the performance.

Updates for ASIK

  • Multitenancy support is enabled in ASIK Track. 
  • Clients can interact with the system using only User IDs, not User Card Names.
  • Support for two fabric versions, i.e., Fabric 1.x and Fabric 2.x. 
  • Secure connection with external services like Kafka, PostgreSQL, Redis, etc.

Features Delivered in this Update

Multitenancy support

  • The Operator onboarding process is now defined in two distinct steps: 
    • Tenant creation. 
    • Operator or SCA (Supply Chain Admin) creation.
  • The onboarding process executes asynchronously, and ASIK handles the creation process.
  • After a tenant is created or onboarded, each API call to the ASIK service is modified to include the user-id and tenant-id in the call headers.
  • The data in the blockchain is stored tenant-wise, and each tenant has its dedicated chaincode on the blockchain.
  • Flexible tenant creation: user can provide peer type, peer region & server type. Tenant creation is now an automated process, saving time and simplifying the process.
  • Tenants are deactivated without manual intervention (but data will persist for the tenant). After a certain period, if a tenant is permanently de-boarded, only data clean-up activity is required.

Secure Webhook Credentials 

  • Webhook credentials are now stored in encrypted form instead of plain text format.
  • Existing webhook credentials are also migrated in encrypted format for future use. 

 Improved User Data Management

  • Enterprises can make configurations such as:
    • Select data storage – whether in a shared environment or a dedicated environment, providing flexibility and control.
    • Select the number of data source points for respective data storage.
    • Provide the region where the data will be stored.
  • Addition of User IDs instead of User card names.
  • Support of multiple accounts for the same user.
  • There is no overhead for integrating services to maintain the mapping of User Id and Card Name.
  • Migration of users and data involves fewer manual interventions.

Improved CPU core usage

  • CPU usage is now optimized, using PM2/cluster modes or alternate configurations to offer superior platform performance.

Graceful start

  • After a service is deployed to the server, the APIs will only start taking requests once all connections have been successfully established (DB, Queues, and ASIK Connections).

For any questions, please email us at dl.releasenotification@dltlabs.io

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