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Published : Apr 26, 2023
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Apr 2023
Assess ?

We've already assessed Ory Hydra as a self-hosted OAuth2 solution, and the feedback from the team has been good. This time, we turn to Ory Kratos, an API-first identity and user management system that’s developer friendly and easy to customize. It already provides common functions we want to achieve in an identity management system, including self-service login and registration, multi-factor authentication (MFA/2FA), account verification and account recovery. Like Hydra, Kratos is headless and requires developers to build the UI themselves, which gives the team more flexibility. Developers can also customize identity schema to fit different business contexts. Kratos has no external dependencies other than the database, and it's easy to deploy and scale in different cloud environments. If you need to build a user management system, we recommend you give Kratos a try.

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