Check out the free virtual workshops on how to take your SaaS app to the next level in the enterprise-ready identity journey!

How to Build an Enterprise-Ready MVP SaaS App

How to Build an Enterprise-Ready MVP SaaS App

Understanding what enterprise customers look for in a SaaS app is step one, but how do you achieve it? What steps do you take to support enterprise-ready identity in your app?

Posts in the enterprise-ready Devday23 presentation series
1. What Does It Mean to Be Enterprise Ready: Devday23 Keynote Enterprise Readiness
2. What Enterprises Look For: Devday23 Enterprise Customer Perspectives
3. How to Build an Enterprise-Ready MVP SaaS App

Enterprise-ready identity

What do enterprise customers expect when it comes to identity management and authentication? They want their employees to use a centralized authentication process, Single Sign On (SSO). What does this mean, and how do you apply SSO within your app?

Learn the what, whys, hows, and more from Dan Marma, Product Acceleration Principal Architect:

Single Sign On (SSO) in your SaaS applications

In the following weeks, watch for more posts featuring the conference presentations. You’ll learn more about how to move your application beyond identity MVP and elevated authentication mechanisms.

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Alisa Duncan is a Senior Developer Advocate at Okta, a full-stack developer, and a community builder who loves the thrill of learning new things. She is a Google Developer Expert in Angular and organizes coding workshops and community events locally and internationally. Her background is primarily working on enterprise software platforms, and she is a fan of all things TypeScript and JavaScript.

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