Using Azure Active Directory to Secure Your Apps, Part 1: Intro to Azure AD - Presentation Resources & Recording

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Paul Schaeflein

Date: Sep 01, 2015 - 6:00 PM
Presenter: Paul Schaeflein

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Whether your organization is in the cloud, running in a hybrid environment, or even consuming cloud-based services, a unified identity management story is critical. Your internal Active Directory is no longer enough to support the various platforms and services in use. As a developer, are you comfortable deploying code into this new world? Don’t let your internally-developed applications hold you back from leveraging all that the cloud has to offer. This three-part IT Unity webinar series, presented by Office 365 MVP Paul Schaeflein, will cover Microsoft’s cloud-based identity management platform (Azure Active Directory) from concepts to implementation using real-world scenarios. In part 1 of the series, Introduction to Azure AD, Paul will discuss these topics: * Capabilities provided by Azure AD * Understanding how to use Azure AD capabilities in your applications * Understanding the alphabet soup of standards and protocols * Finding or provisioning your tenant * Exploring the Azure AD portal

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Using Azure Active Directory to Secure Your Apps - Part 1 Slide Deck 

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