Until now, there has been no unified and decentralized
self-sovereign user experience, meaning that customer enrollment processes like
registration and role assignment don’t translate across markets or applications. This
lack of standardization has limited the effectiveness of decentralized digital
identities. Now, Switchboard allows anyone to create a digital identity that you own and
control independent of any authority, while at the same time allowing application owners
to manage user enrollment. This approach has privacy at its core.
Switchboard extends the DID approach to the management of intelligent assets such as
behind-the-meter battery storage systems and electric vehicles. Owners of these assets
can enroll them in various dApps via the same system of verified claims that the owners
themselves use. This also allows application operators to ensure that assets have
whatever characteristics are needed in order to participate in that market or program.
Switchboard provides a fully decentralized application publishing, auditing, and upgrading
solution. Users can find dApps, view verified audit reports, and set criteria for upgrading.
Because operating a dApp involves more than just authentication and access management,
Switchboard allows application developers and other enterprise users to subscribe to and
manage various services within the EW-DOS stack. This means that messaging, gas relay, and
key management services can be accessed via Switchboard. It also allows users to monitor and
verify corresponding decentralized service level agreements.
Switchboard comes with everything you need to build, integrate and roll-out
self-sovereign identity based solutions while maintaining a production grade performance.
Code and user manual related to Switchboard dApp
Code and documentation for using the PassportJS
library within back-end applications
Code, examples and documentation for using the client library within
Code and Swagger UI for using
identity cache server (Peak performance while using decentralized authentication)
Please let us know if you require any support or willing to have your own free namespace under iam.ewc
Thank you for your interest in Switchboard!