Azure Active Directory is Microsoft’s comprehensive Identity as a Service (IDaaS) solution that:
- Enables Identity Access Management as a cloud service.
- Provides central access management, single-sign on (SSO), and reporting.
- Supports integrated access management for thousands of applications in the application gallery, including Salesforce, Google Apps, Box, Concur, and more.
To get started learning about how you can manage applications, see Managing Applications with Azure Active Directory.
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You can start working with Azure in the Azure portal. But soon, you will need PowerShell (or the Azure CLI) to explore the power of Azure. Not everything you can do shows up in the portal. In fact, the features are all exposed through the Azure scripts first.
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You can provide single-sign in to your application by started with a few lines of code. A new wizard in Azure Active Directory documentation makes that easier than ever. A new Azure AD v2.0 endpoint introduces you integrate to simplify your code for your users to log in. with their Microsoft account and work and school accounts.
App can now accept sign-in from both Microsoft Accounts and Azure AD accounts, using a single auth endpoint.
The new Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) v2.0 endpoint supports authentication for a variety of modern app architectures, all of them based on industry-standard protocols OAuth 2.0 or OpenID Connect.
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