Auth0 Extensions enable you to install applications (such as Webtasks) or run commands/scripts that extend the functionality of the Auth0 base product.
Each extension is separate from all other extensions. Auth0 defines extensions per tenant, so data is stored by the pair
When creating extensions, you have two options:
- building off of one of Auth0's provided extensions in the Management Portal;
- creating and installing your own.
Using an Auth0-Provided Extension
Auth0 provides the following pre-defined extensions, and they are available for installation via the Management Portal. They have not, however, been fully installed. To use one or more of the following apps, you must provide the required configuration information and finish installing the extensions.
What types of actions can I do with extensions?
Manage the authorizations for Users using Groups, Roles and Permissions
Easily manage custom social connections
Go through the audit logs and call the appropriate webhook for specific API event triggers
Test various endpoints of the Auth0 Authentication API
Monitor your AD/LDAP connectors
Import or Export exisiting users
Export Auth0 logs to an external service
- Auth0 Logs to Application Insights
- Auth0 Logs to Azure Blob Storage
- Auth0 Logs to Loggly
- Auth0 Logs to Papertrail
- Auth0 Logs to Sumo Logic
- Auth0 Logs to Splunk
- Auth0 Logs to Logstash
- Auth0 Logs to Mixpanel
- Auth0 Logs to Logentries
Access to real-time webtask logs
Expose the Users dashboard to a group of users without allowing them access to the dashboard
Deploy rules and database connections scripts from external repositories
- GitHub Deployments Extension
- Bitbucket Deployments Extension
- GitLab Deployments Extension
- Visual Studio Team Services Deployments Extension
Create a SSO dashboard with multiple enterprise applications
Creating Your Own Extension
If you would like to create your own extension, Auth0 provides the following sample code to help you get started:
- Auth0 Extension Boilerplate
- Auth0 Extension with API Boilerplate
- Auth0 Extension with React Boilerplate
Alternatively, you may follow the Development Instructions provided via the "New Extension" window that appears when you click on the "+ Extension" button. This allows you to create your own extension using the command line.
For instructions on how to install your custom extension, please see Installing a Custom Extension.