Trying OpenFGA is as easy as...
Run the following snippet in a terminal in an environment with Docker installed:
docker pull openfga/openfga && \
docker run -p 8080:8080 openfga/openfga run
Learn how to use sample authorization models and create your own with the project’s extensive documentation.
Model any authorization system
OpenFGA takes the best ideas from Google's Zanzibar paper for Relationship-Based Access Control, and also solves problems for Role-based Access Control and Attribute-Based Access Control use cases. The modeling language is powerful enough for engineers, but friendly enough for other stakeholders on your team as well.
Works with your code
SDKs for the most popular languages have already been written, making it easy to integrate and grow alongside your applications. OpenFGA also makes it trivial to contribute new SDKs to support your project's language.
OpenFGA is designed to answer authorization check calls in milliseconds, which lets it scale with projects of any size. It works just as well for small startups and hobby programmers building single applications as it does for enterprise companies building platforms on a global scale.
Built in the open
Transparency and peer review are important for building secure, stable, and sustainable software. OpenFGA's RFC process and governance model invite anyone to become a contributor, and collaboratively develop the public roadmap. Come create the next standard for authorization with us!
Sponsored by Auth0
Originally designed by Auth0 to power their managed fine grained authorization system, Auth0 Fine Grained Authorization, OpenFGA is building upon decades of industry experience and insights from dozens of internal stakeholders and customer organizations of all shapes and sizes.