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  • Three tips for handling spiky gameday launches

    Congrats! Your new massively multiplayer online (MMO) game is ready and you’re all set to launch. However, you’re not sure whether your servers can handle the load or whether the registration will fail under extreme load on launch day. If things really go wrong, you might lose users and revenue, which could possibly even lead to the failure of your game.

  • 10log integrates FusionAuth into their architectural acoustics applications

    Ákos Komuves is a FusionAuth community member and team member at 10log. He chatted with us over email about how he and the 10log team are using FusionAuth to meet their auth needs.

  • Announcing FusionAuth 1.37

    We’re excited to announce the release of version 1.37 of FusionAuth. It shipped in August, 2022. The 1.37 release includes bug fixes, multi-factor authentication (MFA) policies for applications, an API to mark a user’s email address as verified, and the ability to limit webhooks to certain tenants.

  • FusionAuth is going to KCDC

    It’s conference season! Last week we were at THAT, next week we’ll be at KCDC (The Kansas City Developer Conference). This is a developer focused conference which happens in downtown Kansas City Aug 8-10. We’re sponsoring KCDC this year.

  • We'll see you at THAT Conference

    THAT Conference is a developer focused conference which takes place in several locations, including in Texas and Wisconsin. It’s happening this week in Wisconsin.

    This year, FusionAuth is sponsoring it.