Decoupling cloud services from all the complexity by maintaining a direct relationship with all the identity providers is the topic of this module. Each identity provider can use its own authentication protocol and the authentication results will get normalized and once established will Access Control Services (ACS) care about authentication and authorization including provisioning of a UI for the user to choose among all the recognized identity providers. Claims will be accessible for the application developer as well as for SSO ITPros to establish easy authentication and/or authorization without the necessity to know authentication protocols in detail. Management of different and multiple business identity providers will be handled in a unique fashion without the necessity to write different code. This relationships is called ‘normalizing attributes’ and will be realized by you via the Azure Management APIs.
Advanced procedures aimed to decouple cloud service from all the complexity while maintaining a direct relationship with a multiplicity of identity providers is the core learning unit of this module. Any identity provider can use its own authentication protocol and the authentication results will get normalized and once established will Access Control Services ACS care about authentication and authorization, including providing a UI for the user of this multiple identity SSO system enabling them to choose among all the Azure recognized identity providers. Claims will be accessible for the developer to establish easy authorization without the necessity to know authentication protocols in detail. Management of different and multiple business identity providers will be handled in a unique fashion without the necessity to write different code. This relationship is called ‘normalizing attributes’ and will be realized by you via the Microsoft Azure Portal and the management API. In addition to the exercise already executed that did provide know how to integrate business directories into a Federate Identity meshwork will you now do a selection of the very same steps to task Microsoft Azure to serve users coming from Facebook or Microsoft Live ID if they want to use your web site.
In this module a pre-existing Microsoft Azure Active Directory (MAAD) repository is available in VBIC’s virtual classroom, consisting of users to be interfaced to a namespace and released for application to be linked to this Access Control namespace. As a result will the Microsoft Azure Active Directory be available as an (additional) identity provider for any application associated/interfacing with this namespace. Applications that are connected to your access control namespace become interfaced with the VBIC provided Microsoft Azure Active Directory (MAAD). MAAD generated tokens will be transformed into ACS tokens, available for authentication and authorization purposes for user identities, application identities and data identities. You’ll define the recipient for the success token, signaling a positive authentication event, as a URL address, parameterized as an App. You’ll further define countermeasure preventing man-in-the-middle attacks by defining the App ID URI, by utilizing a control parameter that has to be delivered with the MAAD token. The MAAD user token must be delivered in conjunction with the entityID of the Access Control namespace, otherwise ACS would interpret it as a token reused from a man-in-the-middle attack. As ACS does not call the Graph API is there no SSO with read or write access to MAAD at all, just MAAD providing additional identities via token, based on a fixed selection in ACS. Calling MAAD Graph API and establishing a global SSO and a multitenant Single Sign-Up read or write access to MAAD is covered in Course 55086AC – Enterprise SSO – cloud audited deployment for distributed onsite-offsite development.
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•Knowledge and Skills to accomplish a given assignment in Visual Studio when using the General Development Settings collection in Visual Studio 2010 or Visual Studio 2012 or Visual Studio 2013. There is no prerequisite nor a requirement to use a credit card to establish a Microsoft Azure Account or to have a Microsoft Azure Account at all. Every student receives one or more than one dedicated cloud service(s) in VBIC’s cloud based virtual classroom. Student’s can be virtually anywhere and at different timezones and require only a Windows based OS device to utilize their Remote Desktop Connection tool, available on all Microsoft Windows Desktop operating systems.