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How to Get Going with the On-Demand SaaS Apps Workshops

How to Get Going with the On-Demand SaaS Apps Workshops

Having an enterprise-ready SaaS application means your application supports authentication best practices, can scale across multiple customers and users, has automated means to re-create environments, and can securely add enhancements and value-adds your customers expect. Join this free virtual workshop series where we take your SaaS application on a journey of enterprise-ready identity — you’ll wear the hat of a SaaS developer preparing your Todo application to support enterprise-level customers who want to use your...

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June Podcast: Approaching Automation with Jeff Taylor

June Podcast: Approaching Automation with Jeff Taylor

Approaching automation in identity Product Manager Jeff Taylor joins us for the first time to discuss the principles behind successful automation. What’s the automation journey, and how does it relate to organizational maturity? How can you scale your work with automation while avoiding the pitfalls of premature optimization? If you’re ready to start automating Okta administration tasks, where should you start? Find the OktaDev Workforce podcast on approaching identity automation Listen to the audio version...

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How to Take Your Enterprise-Ready SaaS App Beyond MVP

How to Take Your Enterprise-Ready SaaS App Beyond MVP

Ready to move beyond MVP in the journey of adding enterprise-ready identity in your SaaS app? With the must-have functionality in place, you’re ready to make your app stand out, get noticed by enterprise customers, and handle user provisioning and automation that can scale! So what might that look like? 🤔 In this installment of creating an enterprise-ready SaaS app, we’ll cover this and more! Posts in the enterprise-ready Devday23 presentation series 1. What Does...

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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...

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How to Add Authentication to .NET MAUI Apps

How to Add Authentication to .NET MAUI Apps

Have you ever been inspired by a colleague’s work and decided to explore a new tool or technology? That’s what happened to me when my colleague, Andrea Chiarelli, wrote a blog post “Add Authentication to .NET MAUI Apps with Auth0.” As someone who is always looking for ways to improve my skills and stay up-to-date with the latest trends in technology, I was intrigued by his post and decided to try MAUI, but this time...

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What Enterprises Look For: Devday23 Enterprise Customer Perspectives

What Enterprises Look For: Devday23 Enterprise Customer Perspectives

You have a great SaaS application, and know everyone will find your app so productive and wonderful. But you’re ready to move beyond a B2C or a B2B for small companies. You want to go enterprise! But are enterprise customers a different breed? And what sort of things are they looking for? Welcome to the second step of becoming enterprise ready. Join us as we help you prepare your application for enterprise customers. Posts in...

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What Does It Mean to Be Enterprise Ready: Devday23 Keynote

What Does It Mean to Be Enterprise Ready: Devday23 Keynote

What makes a SaaS application ready for enterprise customers when it comes to identity? Between handling application security, user onboarding, and scalable, secure authentication practices, there’s much to consider and prepare before determining your app is “enterprise ready.” 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...

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Unlock Identity Expertise with Our New Developer Podcast!

Unlock Identity Expertise with Our New Developer Podcast!

Do you enjoy podcasts? I find that, like audiobooks, podcasts can transform boring tasks into an opportunity for entertainment and education. I’m delighted to announce a new offering from Okta’s Workforce Developer Advocacy Team: our monthly podcast! Listen and learn with the Workforce Identity Developer Podcast The audio version of the Workforce Identity Developer Podcast is available on Casted, where you can also explore Auth0’s ongoing Authorization in software podcast and Identity Unlocked podcast as...

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Supporting Devs Through Advocacy

Supporting Devs Through Advocacy

Supporting developers is my modus operandi. I’ve been with Okta for three years, formerly as a Developer Support Engineer and now as a Developer Advocate. Before joining Okta, I graduated from Hackbright Academy, an all-women boot camp based in San Francisco. I learned to think like a programmer through coding in Python and Javascript. My full-stack capstone project was a web application that tracked sugar intake, inspired by the community health service volunteer work I...

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Get Started with Jetty, Java, and OAuth

Get Started with Jetty, Java, and OAuth

Jetty is a small, highly-scalable Java-based web server and servlet engine. It supports HTTP/2, WebSockets, and many other protocols. It powers websites and frameworks, both large and small, such as Google AppEngine. Because it is an Eclipse project, its open source project is called Eclipse Jetty. It is standards-compliant and open source, as well as commercially usable. It is the main alternative to Tomcat when hosting Java applications. Like Tomcat, you can use Jetty both...

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