Real Time Monitoring Of Your Identity And Access Management Using Auth0 APIs

To add a company, organization, institution, or government agency to the API Gallery™, you must have an APIs.json and OpenAPI definition, describing not just the surface area of the API, but also the surface area of their API operations. This set of machine readable definitions provide us what we need to understand exactly what an API offers, as well as to be able add it to the gallery, driving the search, listings, and detail pages for the gallery. After adding APIs to the gallery we like to write a story about the entity behind the API here on the blog. Highlighting what they do, providing some useful links to their operations, and list out each individual API resources they provide, complete with OpenAPI and Postman Collections when possible. We just finished adding Auth0 to the API Gallery, and we wanted to showcase what they offer, providing more information on the valuable resources they offer. Here is a little more on the Auth0 APIs.

Overview:

Auth0, a global leader in Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS), provides thousands of enterprise customers with a Universal Identity Platform for their web, mobile, IoT, and internal applications.

Links:

– Website
– Portal
– Blog
– Blog RSS
– Twitter
– GitHub

APIs:

– Get Blacklists Tokens (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Get blacklists tokens.
– Post Blacklists Tokens (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Post blacklists tokens.
– Get Clients (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Get clients.
– Post Clients (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Post clients.
– Delete Clients (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Delete clients.
– Get Clients (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Get clients.
– Patch Clients (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Patch clients.
– Jobs Job (OpenAPI) (Postman) – jobs job.
– Jobs Users Imports (OpenAPI) (Postman) – jobs users imports.
– Get Active Users (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Gets the active users count (logged in during the last 30 days).
– Get Daily Stats (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Gets the daily stats for a particular period.
– Deletes all users. (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Deletes all users. use with caution.
– Gets all users who have logged in. (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Gets all users who have logged in..
– Creates a user. (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Creates a user..
– Deletes a user. (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Deletes a user..
– Gets a user. (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Gets a user..
– Updates a user. (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Updates a user..
– Deletes a multifactor provider for a user. (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Deletes a multifactor provider for a user..
– Get Blacklists Tokens (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Get blacklists tokens.
– Post Blacklists Tokens (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Post blacklists tokens.
– Get Clients (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Get clients.
– Post Clients (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Post clients.
– Delete Clients (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Delete clients.
– Get Clients (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Get clients.
– Patch Clients (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Patch clients.
– Get Jobs Job (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Get jobs job.
– Post Jobs Users Imports (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Post jobs users imports.
– Get Stats Active Users (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Get stats active users.
– Get Stats Daily (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Get stats daily.
– Delete Users (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Delete users.
– Get Users (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Get users.
– Post Users (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Post users.
– Delete Users (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Delete users.
– Get Users (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Get users.
– Patch Users (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Patch users.
– Delete Users Multifactor Prover (OpenAPI) (Postman) – Delete users multifactor prover.

We’d like to welcome Auth0 to our API Gallery, and look forward to tuning into the interesting signals coming out of their platform. We will be monitoring their API community, trying to better understand the opportunity for delivering event-driven architecture on top of what they already bring to the table with their APIs.

You can learn more about Auth0 API Gallery page, and visit their website to sign up for their service(s). We will continue monitoring their platform, and bench marking their APIs, and if it makes sense, develop some connectors and subscriptions that help data consumers more easily get what they need from the Auth0 platform, and be notified of relevant events that are occurring across the resources they provide.

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