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Auth0 (pronounced "Auth Zero") is a software as a service company that a set of unified APIs and tools that instantly enables single sign-on and user management services for any application, API or IoT device. The company provides open source SDKs for many platforms, operating systems, and programming languages. Their platform allows integrations with various public APIs like Facebook Connect and both public and private instances of Active Directory and LDAP.

Auth0 is backed by Bessemer Venture Partners and is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington. [1] [2] [3]


Auth0 provides multiple services in the identity management sector as well as serverless computing.

Auth0 Identity Management Platform

The Auth0 identity management platform is SaaS product that provides a set of unified APIs and tools that enable the management and authentication of users. This platform supports various authentication systems like username and password authentication, social logins through popular providers like Facebook and Google, enterprise federation connections through Active Directory, Ping, Google Apps, and more. Enhanced security features like multifactor authentication and anomaly detection are also provided. The platforms aims to make managing identity simple and many of these features can be configured with just a flip of toggle and a few lines of code.

Webtask Serverless Platform

Webtask[4] is a serverless platform allowing developers to simply write code and not worry about setting up servers. Developers can simply write code and deploy it to Auth0's infrastructure where they can invoke the code they wrote via an HTTP request. This is a similar service to AWS Lambda functions.


Auth0 has raised over $24 million in three rounds of funding from investors that include Bessemer Venture Partners, Trinity Ventures, and K9 Ventures. In their latest round of funding, led by Trinity Ventures, they raised $15 million[5] as part of a Series B raise.

Round Amount Raised Led By
Seed $2.4 million Bessemer Venture Partners
Series A $6.88 million Bessemer Venture Partners
Series B $15 million Trinity Ventures

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