Azure Active directory
Azure AD is a modern, REST-based service that offers possibilities for identity and access control for your cloud environment.
You can now use only one identity service for Azure, Microsoft Office 365, Dynamics CRM Online and Windows Intune.
Azure AD is an identity provider in the cloud that can easily be integrated with your local Active Directory environment.
- Azure AD Overview
- Azure AD Editions
- Add your domain to Azure AD
- User and Group Management
- Access to SaaS Applications
Azure AD Sign-In Options
With Azure AD Connect, you can synchronize your on-premises AD accounts to Azure.
Various solutions can be used to enable Single Sign-On between the on-prem environment and the cloud.
- Azure AD Connect
- Password Synchronization
- Pass-Through Authentication
Azure AD Domain Services
Azure AD Domain Services lets you join Azure VMs to a domain in the cloud. Users sign in to these VMs using their corporate AD credentials
and access resources seamlessly. Group Policy can be used to secure your machines. Applications can use Kerberos or NTLM for authentication.
- Azure AD Domain Services Overview
- AAD DS Features and Benefits
- AAD DS Deployment Scenarios
- AAD DS Configuration
Azure AD Services
- Multi-Factor Authentication
- Azure AD Application Proxy
- Azure AD B2C
- Azure Rights Management
As companies add more cloud services to their IT environments, the process of managing identities is getting more complex.
Admins must develop sound policies around role-based access. They must grant rights to users who need information to get work done. And they must be able to automatically take away those privileges when people leave the company or change roles.
Azure Active Directory is an identity and access management cloud solution that provides a set of capabilities to manage users and groups. Azure AD also helps secure access to applications such as
Microsoft online services (Office 365, Azure, Windows Intune, Dynamics CRM Online) and a world of non-Microsoft SaaS applications.
Azure AD can be integrated with on-prem Active Directory deployments to simplify user management and provide Single Sign-On.
Multi-factor authentication prevents unauthorized access to both on-premises and cloud applications by providing an additional level of authentication.
In the end, Azure AD will simplify user access to thousands of cloud applications from Windows, Mac and iOS devices.
IT Administrators responsible for user management in cloud services like Office 365, Azure, Windows Intune and Dynamics CRM Online.