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Discover & Design

Discover & Design

The first stage in a successful implementation involves discovering, designing, and architecting your Identity and Access Management solution, and our Discover & Design services are here to help. We work together with your product and engineering teams to architect an Identity solution for your environment and build an incremental Go-Live plan that solves the most-pressing identity problems early. Auth0 Professional Services help your projects quickly reach success by addressing your business objectives in a pragmatic, step-by-step manner.

We provide continuous education and knowledge transfer throughout any engagement. If any part of your project requires more specialized attention and/or implementation assistance, or you would like some specialized training, then your Auth0 Solution Architect will be happy to help you understand how additional Professional Services can help you further to reach your goal.

Architectural Discovery

Focused on discovering the optimum design based on your requirements, Architectural Discovery services provide best practice guidance on topics such as requirements determination, Auth0 Tenant deployment strategies, your use cases, and integration with the software development process in your organization. Engaging with Auth0 Professional Services will help to provide you with a clear understanding of what you need to tackle, and when, in order to fulfill your particular needs. Delivered as part of our Discover, Design, & Implement packages.

Scenario Guidance

Guiding you through your use case scenarios, our Scenario Guidance services help you navigate the possible paths through your discovered use cases in a best practice manner. Covering topics such as OpenID Connect (OIDC) flows, Authorization server capabilities, session management, and Single Sign-On (SSO), engagement with the Auth0 Professional Services team provides visibility into the things you need to prepare you to address what's required. Delivered as part of our Discover, Design, & Implement packages.

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