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Business to Consumer Identity and Access Management

This guide focuses on how to integrate Auth0 within a Consumer Identity and Access Management (CIAM) project. Auth0's recommendations are based on real-world customer implementation experience, and by following the guidance provided you will set up your project for success.

Customers using Auth0 for consumer-focused, also known as Business-to-Consumer (B2C), projects typically share a common set of goals and objectives, and in the sections that follow we'll focus on our experiences working with this shared set of expectations to help you deliver your solution efficiently.

The information provided is relevant to all project stakeholders. We recommend reading through this guidance in its entirety at least once, even if you've already started your journey with Auth0.

Ways to integrate Auth0 and how to choose

There are many different ways Auth0 can be integrated into the CIAM project architecture. Auth0's flexibility comprehensively supports many different use cases, however keep in mind that not every project requires 100% of the capabilities provided by Auth0.

When you embark on your journey to integrate with Auth0, there are many things for you to consider. Knowing what, when, and how best to implement something will help you focus on completing the necessary tasks at the right time. To help you with this, we've put together some planning guidance that details our recommended strategies.

Implementation checklists

Auth0 also provides helpful implementation planning checklists that you can use organize your implementation tasks. There are six checklists that cover the following implementation steps:

  • Analyze
  • Design
  • Build
  • Test
  • Deploy
  • Monitor

Best practices

In addition, Auth0 provides recommendations and best practice suggestions, and any time you come across a panel similar to the one below you should stop and consider the advice presented. These provide you with a set of high-level guidance and best practice recommendations, presented in an ad hoc way.

Best Practice

You can find detailed guidance regarding specific functionality and use cases in our documentation or by speaking with your account representative or a member of our Professional Services team here at Auth0.

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