FusionAuth Blog

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  • When to self-host critical application components

    In April of 2021, Auth0, an identity provider powering authentication for hundreds of websites, experienced an hours-long outage. During the outage, users could not access their authentication portals and many of their websites were rendered unusable due to the broken authentication flows.

  • CurrentDesk saved thousands of dollars by choosing FusionAuth

    Brittany Roddy is a FusionAuth community member and lead software engineer and architect at CurrentDesk. She chatted with us over email about how she and her team are using FusionAuth to meet their auth needs.

  • Announcing FusionAuth 1.29

    We’re excited to announce the release of version 1.29 of FusionAuth. This shipped on July 10, 2021. This version resolves issues for FusionAuth community members and customers on versions 1.28 or earlier.

  • How to Protect Your Organization From Auth Vendor Lock-in

    Years ago your team decided to use a third-party auth system to avoid the time and cost of building one in-house. But now a better option has hit the market and you’re wanting to make the switch. Except, hold on, your old system is so deeply ingrained into your organization that you’re practically locked-in to your current vendor.

  • Powered By Coffee helps WordPress scale with FusionAuth

    Stewart Ritchie is a FusionAuth partner as well as founder and managing director at the agency Powered By Coffee. He chatted with us over email about how he and his team are using FusionAuth to meet the auth needs of their clients.