Strivacity consists of a number of service components, user interfaces, APIs, and SDKs. This guide provides an overview of what these are, what they do, and points you to further resources.
|This is the place to setup and configure Strivacity for use with your applications and if you need to, manage any customer identities. This is also where you'll find the Dashboard - your source of information about how your customers are using your apps.
|Login and Registration Component
|The Login and Registration Component is your customers primary interface for self-registering with your application, strongly authenticating and requesting self-service workflows like forgotten username and forgotten password. This also provides social login functionality.
|The Self-Service Component is your customers primary interface that provides 1) Management of any account/profile information 2) Management of any security aspects of the account such as enabling and maintaining Multi-Factor Authentication, changing passwords and managing consents.
There's nothing that you need to do to configure or use these (they require zero management on your part) but you may see that we refer to them within the product and the documentation - so here's an explanation on what they do.
|This is the collection of services that encapsulates and provides the functionality that Strivacity offers. Since Strivacity is built on Isolation-by-Design (we're multi-instance, not multi-tenant) it means that every instance of the service that's used is dedicated to your organization.
|Strivacity Identity Store
|The Strivacity Identity Store is baked into every instance, and is the single place to store all of your customer's identities, their passwords and any attribute information.
|Managed SMS Service
|Every instance includes our managed SMS service - we've basically done the hard (integration) work so you dont have to. From the moment you start using Strivacity, you can start leveraging SMS messages for Multi-Factor Authentication and customer notifications.
|Managed Email Service
|Every instance includes our managed Email service, so that you do not need to configure any third-party STMP servers to start leveraging Email for Multi-Factor Authentication and customer security and information notifications. If you do need to use your own SMTP server, we have you covered.
Strivacity APIs are documented via our API Directory at https://api.strivacity.com/. Developers who are building against Strivacity can explore, review code samples, and test Strivacity APIs against their own tenants.
Strivacity's suite of SDKs allows developers to effortlessly integrate Strivacity's sign-in journeys into your brand's mobile applications.
See: Mobile SDK overview
Updated 3 months ago