1. User Activity Alerts with Personalized Emails in Auth0


    To create user activity alerts with personalized emails in Auth0 using Pulumi, you would primarily involve the Auth0 provider to manage resources such as user profiles, email templates, and potentially some custom actions or rules to trigger those alerts. The exact infrastructure and resources required may depend on the specifics of the alert conditions and the personalization required.

    Below is a Pulumi program in Python that outlines the steps and resources that could be configured for setting up user activity alerts with personalized emails in Auth0. This Pulumi program assumes you want to:

    1. Create a new user in Auth0.
    2. Configure an email provider in Auth0.
    3. Define an action or a rule that triggers upon user login to send personalized alert emails.

    For each of these steps, we will create the respective resources using the pulumi_auth0 package. Make sure to install the package via PIP before running the program.

    pip install pulumi_auth0

    Here's how the Pulumi program might look:

    import pulumi import pulumi_auth0 as auth0 # Create an Auth0 user with necessary attributes user = auth0.User("user", connection_name="Username-Password-Authentication", # The name of the Auth0 Database connection email="user@example.com", password="SuperSecurePassword", # Replace with a strong password or method to generate one verify_email=True, # Trigger an email verification request ) # Configure an email provider resource # Note: You will need the credentials for your chosen email provider (e.g., SMTP details) email_provider = auth0.Email("email_provider", name="smtp", # Here, 'smtp' is an example. Use the name of your actual email provider enabled=True, credentials=auth0.EmailCredentialsArgs( smtp_host="YOUR_EMAIL_PROVIDER_SMTP_HOST", smtp_user="YOUR_EMAIL_PROVIDER_SMTP_USER", smtp_pass="YOUR_EMAIL_PROVIDER_SMTP_PASSWORD", smtp_port=587, ), default_from_address="alerts@example.com", # Specify the email address you want to send emails from ) # Action to send personalized alert emails upon login # The actual code for sending emails would depend on the available SMTP provider API. # Here we are just setting up the action with placeholders. action = auth0.Action("sendAlertEmailOnLogin", name="Send Email Alert on User Login", supported_triggers=[ auth0.ActionSupportedTriggerArgs( id="post-login", # Trigger this action after a user logs in version="v1", ), ], code="""// JavaScript code snippet exports.onExecutePostLogin = async (event, api) => { if (event.user) { // Replace with your email sending logic var email = event.user.email; var message = `Hello ${event.user.name}, welcome back!`; // Call your email provider API to send the message } }; """, dependencies=[], secrets=[], runtime="node16" # Define the action's runtime environment (e.g., Node.js v16) ) # Output the user's ID, useful for debugging purposes or further automation pulumi.export("user_id", user.user_id) # Output the email provider ID to reference in other settings pulumi.export("email_provider_id", email_provider.id)

    In this program:

    • We create an Auth0 user with predefined details such as email and password. Make sure to replace the placeholder password with a secure one.
    • We configure an email provider using Auth0's Email resource. Here, you'll need SMTP credentials from your email service provider, and you need to replace the placeholder values with your actual credentials.
    • We define an Auth0 Action (post-login trigger) that would execute a script after a user logs in. This script should contain your personalized email-sending logic; however, the actual API call should be done through the email provider's API.

    This example covers the basic steps to set these resources up using Pulumi. The details will vary based on your exact requirements and email provider's API. The code snippet is a placeholder and should be replaced with your logic to send the email through your provider.

    The pulumi.export() statements at the end of the program will output the user ID and email provider ID in the Pulumi console after deployment.

    Remember that sending emails will require production-level credentials, and handling user information securely is critical. Always use secure practices for handling passwords and sensitive information, such as sourcing from an environment variable or Pulumi's configuration management system.