First published on CloudBlogs on Dec 11, 2014
We are excited to announce that
Azure Active Directory Application Proxy
will be generally available starting December 11
. This new module, available for Premium and Basic editions, allows you to publish web applications hosted on-premises through Azure Active Directory. Now your on-premises web apps can be delivered in the same way as a SaaS application, ensuring a cohesive and smooth experience for your end users. For more details, read the
Active Directory team blog
Updating at Lightspeed
Our engineering teams are continually focused on rapid innovation. On December 11
, more features will be generally available or in public preview. These newest releases are just a few of the great things that are slated to be released in the coming months.
Password writeback from Azure Active Directory to on-premises directories via Azure Active Directory Sync is generally available.
Allow password and user management to be delegated to individual users in an Azure Active Directory tenant
Any password single-sign on based SaaS application can now be manually added by Azure Active Directory administration, even if it is not included in the
Azure Active Directory Application Gallery.
This feature is in public preview
Security questions as an option for secure self-service password reset is also coming in public preview.
Azure Active Directory Premium, along with these services, are a part of the Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS). EMS combines the power Azure Active Directory’s identity management with the device and app management capabilities from Microsoft Intune and the file level protection of Azure Rights Management Services. Discover how the
Enterprise Mobility Suite
enables your users to be productive on virtually any device, while keeping your corporate data secure.