Business to Business Identity and Access Management
This guidance is relevant to all project stakeholders. We recommend reading it in its entirety at least once, even if you've already started your journey with Auth0. We provide a Project Planning Guide in PDF format, details about how to get started with each phase of the implementation process, and checklists to help you manage the tasks in each phase.
There are many different ways Auth0 can be integrated into the B2B IAM project architecture. Auth0's flexibility comprehensively supports many different use cases however your project may not require all of the capabilities provided by Auth0. Knowing what, when, and how best to implement something will help you focus on completing the necessary tasks at the right time.
Project Planning Guide
We provide planning guidance in PDF format that you can download and refer to for details about our recommended strategies.
Multiple Organization Architecture (Multitenancy)
Many B2B platforms implement some form of isolation and/or branding for their customers' organization, and this can add complexity to any Identity and Access Management (IAM) system. If this applies to you, then we recommend you take some time to read through our guidance and best practice advice for this type of environment.
Customers using Auth0 for Business-to-Business (B2B) projects typically share a common set of goals and objectives, and in the sections that follow we'll focus on our real-world customer implementation experiences to help you deliver your solution efficiently.
Auth0 provides recommendations and best practice suggestions in an ad hoc way throughout this guide in panels like this one. You can also obtain detailed guidance regarding specific functionality by speaking with your account representative or a member of our Auth0 Professional Services team.
Architecture: How you configure your Auth0 tenant architecture affects your B2B IAM implementation.
Provisioning: User provisioning functionality and considerations for your B2B IAM implementation.
Authentication: How authentication works in your B2B IAM implementation.
Branding: How to configure Auth0 items to reflect your brand and desired user experience.
Deployment Automation: How Auth0 tooling helps to automate tenant deployment.
Quality Assurance: Quality Assurance considerations for your B2B IAM implementation.
Profile Management: User profile management planning considerations for your B2B IAM implementation.
Authorization: User authorization and related planning considerations for your B2B IAM implementation.
Logout: User logout planning considerations for your B2B IAM implementation.
Operations: How to operationalize your Auth0 tenant environments.
Implementation planning checklists
Use the links below to download a spreadsheet that includes tasks for each phase of an Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) project.