FusionAuth Blog

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  • Extending FusionAuth roles with Cerbos

    FusionAuth offers role based access control (RBAC). This is common in auth systems. RBAC tags each user with one or more roles. Roles are interpreted by any application receiving user information from the auth system, often in a JWT to determine what actions are allowed or denied.

  • We'll see you at CodeMash

    CodeMash is a tech stack agnostic technical conference and has been around since 2014. This year there will be hundreds of attendees in Sandusky, OH, learning about topics ranging from creating Alexa skills to mob programming to accessibility to testing. All the fun happens next week, starting Tuesday, January 11.

    The FusionAuth team will be among them, and we’d love to see you.

  • Circleboom chose FusionAuth for single sign-on across their products

    Atakan Eser is a FusionAuth community member and co-founder and CTO at Circleboom. He chatted with us over email about how he and his team are using FusionAuth to meet their auth needs.

  • Announcing FusionAuth 1.32

    We’re excited to announce the release of version 1.32 of FusionAuth. This version shipped the week of December 13, 2021. 1.32 includes a ton of bug fixes and improvements to the Identity Providers feature.

  • Omedym Chooses FusionAuth Customer Identity and Access Management to Scale Customer Growth; Replaces Former Cloud Provider

    FusionAuth, the authentication and authorization platform built for developers, has been chosen by Omedym as its customer identity and access management (CIAM) platform. The digitized demo solution previously worked with a cloud-based identity provider and open source frameworks but made the change because with its rapid growth it had hit the boundaries of what they could offer. After reviewing multiple CIAM vendors, Omedym chose FusionAuth for reasons including its ability to work in a multi-tenant environment, extensive SSO options, and its developer-first approach to authentication.