A quick overview of Windows Azure AD.
Looking for a little more depth? Learn about options for managing identity in Windows Azure using Windows Server Active Directory Domain Services (AD), Windows Azure Active Directory, and Windows Azure Active Directory Access Control.
Learn how to build a web application that uses Windows Azure AD for single sign-on.
Learn how to build a web application that uses the Graph API to query directory entities.
Learn how to build a web application that can be used by organizations that have Windows Azure AD.
Learn how portals like the Windows Azure management portal and the Office 365 account portal help tenant admins manage their organizations' identity and subscription data using a single instance of Windows Azure AD.
Learn about multi-factor authentication concepts, best practices, and how you as a global administrator can use multi-factor authentication in Windows Azure AD to protect your organization’s identity data in the cloud.
This topic outlines management tasks you should perform regularly so applications that use the Windows Azure Access Control Service (ACS) continue to function properly and without interruptions.
Learn about the differences between deploying Windows Server Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) and Active Directory Federations Services (AD FS) on-premises versus deploying on Windows Azure Virtual Machines. Understand the decisions that affect design and deployment that you have to make.