Today’s working environment is changing. It's moving to the cloud. In this course, Microsoft Hybrid Identity - Overview, you’ll gain the ability to embrace cloud computing while keeping your current on-premises environment. First, you'll learn how the Hybrid environment works and how to join your user directory to the Azure Active Directory. Next, you’ll explore how to safely offer cloud apps to your users and on-premises apps to cloud users. Finally, you’ll learn how to manage your new hybrid environment. When you’re finished with this course, you'll be able to extend your on-premises network to the cloud in a safe and consistent way. Software required: Azure subscription or trial, and a Windows server DC.
Gary has been working in Information Technology for over 15 years. He has worked with Exchange Server since version 5.5 and has experience in both training and hands on implementations. His energetic delivery and passion for technology makes him a popular trainer. He has developed many online courses and delivers training all over the world.
Course Overview Hi everybody, my name is Gary Grudzinskas, and welcome to my course, Microsoft Hybrid Identity - Overview. In this course, I will help you expand the cloud into your on-premises network. While you may want to move to the cloud eventually, this Hybrid First approach explained in this course, it's going to offer you a smooth transition and enable you to embrace the best of both worlds on-premises and the cloud.
Planning Your Hybrid Identity Solution Welcome to this module, Planning Your Hybrid Identity Solution. I'm Gary Grudzinskas, cloud engineer and author. Here are the objectives for this module. You will know what parts make up the Azure Hybrid identity. Also, you will be able to develop a plan to integrate your on-premises environment to the cloud. Here's how we're going to do it. We're going to start off with planning for sign-on. This is going to cover authentication and authorization, multi-factor authentication, and the delegation of administration. Then we'll take a look at planning for synchronization. This will include directory synchronization, multi-forest synchronization, and synchronizing your passwords. Then, planning for applications. Applications themselves, and how you can control access to those applications. Planning for domain structure. The domain name, the directory structure, and finally, what to do if you have a federation. And then I want to cover whatever type of environment you have. So this is going to be the forest to Azure AD topology. There's four of them, single forest to single Azure AD, multiple forest to single Azure AD, single forest to multiple Azure ADs, and finally, we'll cover, if you have multiple forests and want to go to multiple Azure ADs. This will cover whatever forest topology you have right now and whatever Azure AD topology you want to integrate with. We will begin with design principles.
Utilizing Your Hybrid Identity Welcome to this module, Utilizing Your Hybrid Identity. I'm Gary Grudzinskas, and these are the objectives. By the end of this module you will be able to set up your users and you'll also be able to install and configure applications for those users. Here's how we're going to do it. We're going to start off with assigning licenses. The type of license you need is going to depend upon your situation. I'll show you how to evaluate the licensing and also how to assign it to your individual users. We're then going to take a look at setting up your client, getting your users ready to use Microsoft Azure. Then we're going to take a look at Pass Through Authentication. This is going to allow you to store your passwords only on a domain controller, and not in a cloud. We're then going to take a look at making a SaaS application available. After that, Azure Application Proxy. This is going to allow a local application to be available through the Access Panel just like any other application. Then we're going to concentrate on some on-premises. Seamless SSO allows an end user that is on the local network to just be able to go to the cloud resources without having to sign in again it can just use the domain account authentication in order to do that. Let's start off with assigning licensing.
Managing Your Hybrid Identity Welcome to the last module, Managing Your Hybrid Identity. I'm Gary Grudzinskas, and these are the objectives. By the end of this module, you will be able to manage your users and devices, as well as be able to audit your Azure Active Directory. This is how we're going to do it. We're going to start with Registering Devices. We have Windows, Android, and iOS Devices that can use your identity solution. Then we're going to take a look at multi-factor authentication, and conditional access. Conditional access, you can set conditions for access to applications. Then we'll have a look at self service. What are you going to allow your users to do and not do inside of the Azure AD? Then, we'll take a look at auditing and monitoring Azure AD. Let's start by registering a device.