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Datawiza No/Low-Code Platform for Modern Auth

Datawiza delivers a no/low-code platform for implementing SAML, OIDC SSO authentication, MFA (multi-factor authentication) or 2FA (two-factor authentication), passwordless, & granular authorization with minimal coding efforts. It reduces months of engineering to minutes. 

Secure your apps without writing code

Datawiza, a no/low-code platform for modern authentication, implements SAML, OIDC SSO, MFA (2FA), Passwordless, granular access control without the need to write code. Datawiza integrates with any identity provider, like Microsoft Entra ID, Azure AD B2C, Cisco Duo, Ping Identity (PingOne), Okta, AWS Cognito, Google Workspace and KeyCloak.


  • Enable OIDC/OAuth, SAML SSO, MFA and Passwordless via just a few clicks
  • Integrate with any identity provider in any environment
  • Eliminate the need for months or years of development time


With Datawiza, you can easily support:

  • Role Based Access Control (RBAC)
  • Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC)
  • URL-Level granular access control


  • Gain complete visibility into every request made in every protected application and API – not just sign in and sign out
  • Easily aggregate and view all activity logs in the Datawiza Cloud Console – or export them to your cloud log storage or SIEM provider of choice

Centralized Management

  • Achieve centralized access controls for all your applications and APIs, on-premises or in the cloud
  • Implement unified access policies across all your applications and APIs — and manage them all from a single pane of glass

How it works

The Datawiza platform consists of two major components:

  • Datawiza Access Proxy (DAP), a lightweight container-based proxy, integrates with identity providers and enforces policy-based, granular authorization. It can be deployed as a gateway or a sidecar (agent).
  • Datawiza Cloud Management Console (DCMC), a centralized console for configuring access policies, aggregates logs and provides visibility.
datawiza platform diagram