We are using Auth0 as our Authentication platform.
One of our Canadian client wants to use their IdP using SAML SSO connection, So that their sub-clients stay in their IdP server and obey’s Canadian Data Sovereignty Rules.
[ Client Idp ] ===(SAML SSO)==> [ Auth0 Instance ] =====> [ Our Application ]
Deploying private cloud is not a cost effective solution for this client.
What we trying soo far:
- Use an auth0 US tenant
- SAML SSO integration.
What we observed:
- A SAML user profile is created in auth0 instance on successful authentication.
What we wanted to know?
- Can we use a custom database to store these SAML user profiles?
- Can we not cache these profiles in auth0 and use a Rules / Actions to bypass authentication directly to the application?
Any thoughts in implementing this in a public cloud? So that it will be supper cost efficient for small clients who cannot afford private cloud instances?