http://aad.portal.azure.com . Here we focus purely on directory functionality and provide access to all Azure Active Directory features. From this dashboard, you can get an overview of the state of your organization, and easily dive into managing the directory, users, or application access. Understand access Understanding what a user has access to, and when and how that access was granted, is essential for managing and securing your organization. A key part of our experience is the holistic view of access that we provide, pivoted on a user. From this view you can see the groups that user is a member of, what role they have, what licenses have been assigned, and their Azure resources. New in this GA release is the view of what applications a user has access to, either assigned or consented. This is a ground-breaking new view of directory information, and we will dig into it further in a future blog post.
All the applications a user has access toStory of your organization We took a fresh approach to reporting on activity. Rather than providing a number of fixed reports, we now provide audit and sign-in activity as streams of data with rich filtering and search capabilities. You can see the activity for the whole organization, or dive into a single user, group, or application, and then slice and dice the information in whatever way is most useful for you.
View all activity for your organization or a single user, group, or application.These activity reports are also available via API, so they can easily be pulled into things like your existing SIEM tool. We even have a PowerBI content pack ready to go. Find out more about our reporting capabilities . Integration with other services One of the most exciting things about moving to the new Azure portal is the opportunity to integrate with the other services you use. While we have a scoped directory experience, our full functionality continues to be available at http://portal.azure.com , so you can make the most of it while working with other Azure services such as Microsoft Intune and our Enterprise Mobility + Security conditional access experience. The new portal does not require an Azure subscription, which streamlines access, especially for Office 365 admins, whose lives will be made easier with our new group-based licensing functionality. What's Next Our team is working hard to continue innovating and adding value, so, to that end, we have a couple more features on the way, including MFA provider management and Azure AD Domain Services. We'd all like to thank you so much for your contributions to this release. A project this important could not have been successful without the continual guidance of your feedback. Our work is never done, so keep it coming! You can always talk to us in the 'Admin Portal' section of our feedback forum . Thanks, Ilana Smith Principal PM Manager
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