FusionAuth is known for the customer authorization and authentication platform leveraged extensively by developers. As a result, the firm’s clients will receive the entire range of features their app requires. Ultimately, clients enjoy a highly scalable and customizable solution equipped with the adaptability to function on any system from anywhere across the globe. Customer authentication is necessary for all applications, but its development requires specific knowledge.
FusionAuth finds a solution to the issue of constructing crucial user security without detracting from the main program. “FusionAuth adds login, registration, SSO, MFA, and a bazillion other features to your app in days – not months. FusionAuth can be hosted anywhere, providing flexibility for you to choose the deployment method that best suits your infrastructure requirements. In addition, FusionAuth is an API-first Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM) platform. With support for OAuth2, OIDC, SAML v2, social login, federated login, MFA, full-text search, password policies, WebAuthn, and other passwordless options FusionAuth checks all of your boxes,” adds Brian Pontarelli, CEO.
FusionAuth reduces the danger and complexity of traditional identification systems for technical leaders building products for external consumers. FusionAuth enables developers to satisfy authentication features and compliance needs so they can concentrate on developing their applications by offering self-hosted or cloud solutions, thorough documentation, a free plan, and a hassle-free procedure. In addition, it gives developers control, flexibility, and ergonomics, putting them in charge.
Passwords could be more secure. They may be misused, ignored, and compromised because they are complicated. Despite the danger, passwords are nevertheless frequently utilized as the only method of app authentication within an enterprise. Multifactor authentication will be the best option here. It is proven that 99.9% of automated assaults can be stopped by using multifactor authentication. With FusionAuth, there is no need to sacrifice user experience for secure authentication. Instead, the clients’ users can authenticate in several ways (biometric, authenticator apps, SMS, email, + more) depending on users’ needs.
“Another forgotten password leads to password reset emails and texts, authenticator applications, and complex MFA steps. And by the end, your end user is frustrated at the steps, despite them being secure requirements for your application. WebAuthn device biometrics improve the end user’s experience, allowing them to use their face or fingerprint for authentication. In addition, FusionAuth prompts the user to log in with the same device-native authentication they use to unlock their devices. And if device biometrics isn’t possible, you can use other passwordless options like email magic links,” adds Pontarelli.
A platform for managing transactions for legal practitioners called Dealcloser makes it easier to carry out legal transactions and handle documents. For internal and external user authentication, dealcloser used Auth0. However, the business expanded swiftly and required a better match for their needs. In addition, the enterprise was looking for a standards-based solution that made it simple to move their existing users and data because they were aware of the difficulties of developing an authentication system firsthand.
All in all, the enterprise was searching for a solution to migrate its user base along with the data. Also, the firm wanted to enhance the ability to leverage standards-based authentification. Finally, they zeroed in on FusionAuth. “dealcloser found FusionAuth through a recommendation from Reynen Court. FusionAuth’s hosting, service, support, and standards compliance ultimately drove Dealcloser to choose FusionAuth as their authentication provider.
Dealcloser staff also enjoyed the flexibility that FusionAuth’s API is offered when interacting with their application. During implementation, dealcloser was trying to leverage FusionAuth’s passwordless login with standard OAuth libraries to improve the user experience. dealcloser staff could tell there was functionality inside FusionAuth that mimicked what they were hoping to do. They reached out to the FusionAuth team, and a solution was quickly discussed and implemented,” concludes Pontarelli.
All in all, the enterprise was searching for a solution to migrate its user base along with the data. Also, the firm wanted to enhance the ability to leverage standards-based authentification.