Webinar: 11/8/2018

Simplifying Azure AD Access and Provisioning with a Federated Identity and Directory Service

Cloud applications, such as Microsoft Office 365, work best with an authoritative source of identity data. This presents a challenge in complex environments where users’ identity and credentials are stored in diverse data sources, many of which are hosted on premises. RadiantOne FID, a federated identity and directory service based on virtualization consolidates and rationalizes multiple on-premises and cloud-based identity data sources into a single authoritative source for provisioning and synchronizing to Azure AD.

Join us for a new webinar on Thursday, November 8, as we discuss the complexities of managing identity in large enterprises with hybrid environments that include on-premises and cloud-based identity data sources. Currently, Microsoft recommends consolidation for enterprises with multiple AD forests and domains to creating a “central” AD where all your accounts have been normalized.

Yet this is easier said than done. There may be users outside of AD—LDAP directories, databases—that need access to the cloud as well.

Azure AD

RadiantOne creates an integrated, rationalized identity source, which can then be used to facilitate cloud access and as a global reference to provision Azure AD and cloud applications using sync tools such as AD Connect.

By consolidating multiple on-premises and cloud-based identity sources, a federated identity and directory service simplifies both SSO and provisioning to cloud applications, including Microsoft Office 365 and SaaS applications such as SalesForce. Find out more on November 8!

Date: Thursday, November 8
Speaker: Wade Ellery, Senior Solutions Architect with Radiant Logic

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