Add-ons are plugins associated with an application registered with Auth0. Usually, they are third-party APIs used by application(s) for which Auth0 generates Access Tokens (e.g., Salesforce, Azure Service Bus, Windows Azure Mobile Services, SAP).
Some typical scenarios for using add-ons include:
Accessing External APIs: Using the Delegation endpoint, you can exchange your application's Access Token for a third-party service's (e.g., Salesforce, Amazon) Access Token.
Integrating with Applications using SAML2/WS-Federation: Since Add-ons allow you to configure every aspect of the SAML2/WS-Federation integration, they allow you to integrate with any custom or Single Sign-on (SSO) integration that does not currently enjoy built-in Auth0 support.
- Amazon Web Services
- Salesforce (Sandbox)
- Azure Mobile Services
- Azure Service Bus
- Azure Blob Storage