BELLEVUE, Wash. – February 7, 2018Auth0, a global leader in Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS), today announced that it has joined the Google Cloud Platform Partner Program as a technology partner, giving Google Cloud customers the ability to utilize Auth0’s feature-rich platform for all their identity and access management (IAM) needs.

As a partner, Auth0 provides Google Cloud customers with the ability to secure Google Cloud endpoints and seamlessly implement secure identity management into their products and services.

“Being a Google Cloud partner gives us access to an expansive network of customers that depend on outstanding, easy-to-implement cloud solutions to build their businesses faster,” said Eric Snyder, Senior Director of Partners at Auth0. “Identity management is the cornerstone of any digital experience, and we are excited to be part of a program that recognizes its importance.”

Google Cloud Platform customers can accomplish many identity-related tasks with Auth0, such as:

  • Authentication with multiple sources (Google, Facebook, etc.) or enterprise identity systems (Windows Azure AD, ADFS, or SAML)
  • Support for linking different login accounts to the same user
  • User migration from existing systems
  • User analytics for more effective personalization
  • Security features such as Multifactor Authentication, Breached Password Detection, and Anomaly Detection

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About Auth0

Auth0 is the first identity management platform for application builders, and the only identity solution needed for custom-built applications. With a mission to secure the world’s identities so innovators can innovate, Auth0 provides the simplicity, extensibility, and expertise to scale and protect identities in any application, for any audience. Auth0 secures more than 100 million logins each day, giving enterprises the confidence to deliver trusted and elegant digital experiences to their customers around the world.

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