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Managing identities is a vital part of cyber-security in general and especially in the cloud. Organizations may want to manage identities, authentication and authorization by themselves, also when users are accessing cloud resources and workloads. They can do this without any problems by using Azure AD Sync to synchronize Active Directory Objects to Azure AD, and therefore keep the source of authority of these objects in the organization. On the other hand, organizations may use ADFS to federate identities. By doing this, authentication and authorization decisions are made also in the organization.
IT professionals normally try to build such labs in order to understand and see how everything works. These days I managed to build such a lab in Microsoft Azure. I used a MSDN subscription where you get a monthly credit of 115 EUR, if I’m not wrong. I think it may be helpful to briefly share how I build this lab. Continue reading