Auth0 integration with RudderStack
Send User Auth Data to RudderStack Securely
Now you can easily set up Auth0 as a source on the RudderStack dashboard. With a simple webhook extension, you can send events to RudderStack whenever Auth0 generates an authentication log. These customer events can be further processed and routed to the preferred analytics platforms for useful, actionable insights.
By Adding Auth0 as a Source in the RudderStack Dashboard, you can:
- Capture various events and real-time logs and send them to RudderStack.
- Route the ingested events further to your preferred analytics platforms for insights
- Receive the events either in batch or in separate requests for further processing
What you can do with Auth0
Secure your APIs and applications with OAuth 2.0 and SSO, respectively
Ensure secure user logins with one-time codes delivered by email or SMS in case of broken passwords
Avoid DDoS attacks by proactively blocking suspicious IP addresses for consecutive failed login attempts
Apply multi-factor authentication (MFA) when users want to access sensitive data
Track users on your site or application while using the same analytics data to create funnels, measure user retention, and improve your sign-up flow.
How to set up Auth0 Integration
Use our step-by-step guide to set up Auth0 as a source in RudderStack.
How can we help you?
What is Auth0 used for?
Auth0 essentially provides authentication and authorization services to various applications. It is also used to prevent DDoS attacks, federate enterprise directory services, implement user management solutions, and as an identity solution provider.
What is the Auth0 API?
Auth0 provides two APIs for developers, the Authentication API, and the Management API. Authentication API exposes identity functionality for Auth0 and supported identity protocols, including OpenID Connect, OAuth, and SAML. One should use this API through one of the Auth0 SDKs, such as Auth0.js, or a library like Lock. To build your authentication UI manually, you will need to call the Authentication API directly. The Management API allows managing Auth0 accounts programmatically, so you can automate the configuration of your environment. Tasks such as registering your applications and APIs with Auth0, setting up authentication connections for users, managing users, etc. can be performed programmatically using this API.
What is the difference between SSO and OAuth?
While SSO and OAuth have some similarities, they are not the same. SSO (Single Sign-On) is when a user uses the same credentials to access multiple domains. However, OAuth is an Authorization protocol that allows a user to selectively grant access to their assets without actually sharing the initial, related, single login credentials.