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  • Hide upstream identity providers with the Auth Facade

    During conversations with FusionAuth customers, I have seen a common deployment pattern I call the “Auth Facade”. This architecture is useful when deploying software to heterogeneous environments. You and your team are building an application which will deploy onsite. This could be into a data center, an isolated network, or a private cloud. These environments are run by your customers and you have limited insight into their configuration.

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  • Why outsource your auth system?

    You’re a software engineering leader, and you’re great at your job. You know that the optimal path for software development lies in figuring out which components of your design to implement from scratch and which have already been implemented by specialists and can be reused.

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  • Become Education chooses FusionAuth for IDaaS

    David Wilson is a FusionAuth community member and co-founder and CTO at Become Education, a “careers education as a service” company. He chatted with us over email about how he and his team are using FusionAuth to meet their auth needs.

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  • Announcing FusionAuth 1.23

    We’re excited to announce the release of version 1.23 of FusionAuth. This release shipped on Jan 11, 2021. This version delivers new features as well as resolving issues for users on version 1.22 and older.

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  • GNAP, the next generation of OAuth

    The Grant Negotiation and Authorization Protocol, also known as GNAP, is currently being formulated in an IETF working group. This protocol will not be backward compatible with OAuth2. However, since it is a new major auth standard and is currently in development, you should give it some attention.

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