Company Updates & Technology Articles
Product pulse #2 - Edge Authorizer user interface enhancements, Ruby SDK, and a new Citadel demo identity provider
You can now interact with Edge Authorizers using the Aserto console, use our Ruby SDK to easily wire up your Ruby / Rails apps to Aserto, and test access control policies against the new lightweight Citadel identity provider.
Adding Authorization to An ASP.NET Application
In this tutorial, we'll learn how to add authorization to a Todo app written in ASP.NET, using the Aserto ASP.NET middleware.
Product pulse #1 - Enhanced Edge Authorizer security, new ASP.NET quickstart, OPA update, and more
Authenticate Edge Authorizers with mTLS certificates. New Quickstart for ASP.NET. Share your policy images with non-Aserto users. OPA and ORAS have been upgraded.
Adding Authorization to A Python Application
In this tutorial, we'll learn how to add authorization to a Todo app written in Python, using the Aserto Python middleware.
Why multi-tenant SaaS applications need real access control from day 1
Anyone who’s tried to retrofit multi-tenancy into a business application knows - it’s darn near impossible. You have to rebuild the app. We learned this time and again while at Microsoft, Splunk, HPE, and Puppet.
Adding Authorization to A Node.js Application
In this tutorial, we'll learn how to add authorization to a Todo app written in Node.js, using the Aserto Express.js middleware.
Securing the software supply chain for Policy-as-Code
Open Policy Agent (OPA) has been adopted in a wide variety of authorization scenarios. In all instances, extracting policy out of the application and expressing it as code has substantial benefits.