A typical company today has dozens or even hundreds of applications. Some are legacy; some are new but quickly become legacy. To be more efficient, developers often adopt a service-oriented architecture, where common capabilities are compartmentalized and serve every application.
Identity is a prime candidate for this type of centralization, but because of certain business requirements, some Auth0 customers still have separate identity implementations for many of their applications. This leads to:
Identity teams end up with an ever-growing backlog of important regulations, user demands, and security concerns.
Centralizing your identity increases development velocity, improves user experience, and reduces security exposure. Join Carlos Mostek, Principal Solution Architect at Auth0, to learn: