Add user authentication to your DApps and secure your Blockchain APIs with industry standard protocols including OpenID Connect, OAuth 2.0, and SAML.
Federate identities with your enterprise ID registry, including LDAP or Active Directory servers.
Seamless integration with the REST Gateway to map your IAM identities to on-chain identities to submit transactions.
Built for permissioned networks
Data isolation and strict governance enabled by Hyperledger Fabric certificate authority
Unique Execute-Order-Commit endorsement model where transactions are initially executed on a set of peers while ordering service handles packaging and delivery.
Consensus protocols such as Solo, Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance (PBFT), Raft or Kafka (to be able to use several ordering nodes) can be plugged in.
Since launching in 2015, Hyperledger Fabric has been a top choice for enterprises looking to build apps on permissioned blockchain networks. The modular architecture is capable of powering large-scale applications that require enterprise-grade data security.
The ability to protect certain details of peer transactions has made Hyperledger Fabric a go-to protocol for industries like financial services, supply chains, and the insurance industry. It works for complex use cases that involve personally identifiable information and proprietary business data.
Hyperledger Fabric is one of the many protocol choices available on Kaleido. With a full suite of plug and play services, flexible cloud deployment options, and powerful APIs, Kaleido is the easiest way to run a Fabric network anywhere.
Hyperledger Fabric is an open source project designed to handle enterprise-grade use cases. A key differentiator is its quick transaction throughput. Developers choose to build applications with Hyperledger Fabric because of its modularity. It’s flexible, allowing for more innovation and optimization regardless of industry. Other benefits include scalability and security, key pillars of any enterprise application.
One click is all it takes to deploy Ethereum nodes in the Unlike other private networks that require every peer to execute transactions and maintain a full ledger, Hyperledger Fabric allows for more delineation of roles among members
Part of the Hyperledger project of the Linux Foundation, the architecture of Hyperledger Fabric allows for scale and performance
Developers can build subnets or channels to keep certain transactions and data private while maintaining a shared ledger
Jim Zhang is the Co-Founder and Head of Protocol Engineering of Kaleido. He has been involved in the permissioned blockchain space since early 2016, starting with the development of Hyperledger Fabric 1.0 as a committer and responsible for the node.js SDK and the node.js chaincode engine. Jim was also the creator of the Fabric connection profile which is a critical component for various client SDKs to function.Talk to an Expert