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 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 a custom domain to Azure AD
- User and Group Management
- Password Management
- Azure AD Business to Business
- Company Branding
Azure AD Connect
With Azure AD Connect, you can synchronize your on-premises AD accounts to Azure.
- Azure AD Connect Overview
- Directory Synchronization
- Password Synchronization
- Troubleshooting Directory Synchronization
Pass-Through Authentication allows users to sign in to Azure AD with their on-prem account. No passwords are stored in the cloud.
When combined with Seamless Single Sign-On, it allows users to sign in to cloud resources seamlessly.
- Pass-Through Authentication
- High Availability
- Seamless Single Sign-On
Active Directory Federation Services
Federation enables a single sign-on experience for your users. They sign in on-prem using Active Directory and get seamless access to cloud services as well.
- Federation Overview
- Configure Active Directory Federation Services
- High Availability
- Azure AD Connect Health
Azure AD Identity Governance
Multi-Factor authentication poses a real challenge for hackers and helps make your environment more secure.
Conditional access allows you to control under what circumstances users are allowed to access your resources.
Identity Protection identifies risky users and risky sign-ins in your organization.
- Multi-Factor Authentication
- Identity Protection
- Conditional Access
Azure AD Privileged Identity Management
With PIM, you limit the number of admin accounts in your organization. People can get high privileged roles, but only when they need them and for a short period of time.
- PIM Features
- Managing Azure AD Roles and Azure Resources
- Add Eligible Users
- Activate Roles
- Configure Access Reviews
Azure AD Application Management
Azure AD provides a SSO experience for your users. They can access any application that is registered with Azure AD by signing in only once.
Any application can be registered: Gallery applications, on-prem applications, custom developed apps.
With Azure AD Application Proxy you can publish on-prem web applications, providing secure access to these webapps from the Internet.
- Application Management Overview
- Gallery Applications
- Azure AD Application Proxy
- Custom Developed Applications
- Managed Identities
Azure Active Directory is a cloud identity solution that provides a set of capabilities to manage users and groups. Azure AD helps secure access to applications such as
Microsoft online services (Office 365, Azure, Microsoft Intune, Power BI, ...) and a world of non-Microsoft SaaS applications.
Azure AD can be integrated with your on-prem Active Directory to simplify user management and provide Single Sign-On.
Multi-factor authentication adds an extra layer of security to the authentication process.
Conditional access policies allow you to control under what circumstances users are allowed to access your resources.
IT Administrators responsible for user management in cloud services like Office 365, Azure, Intune and Dynamics CRM Online.