Today, I'm happy to announce the general availability of the Microsoft Identity Manager hybrid reporting, which enables the reporting view within Azure Active Directory's (Azure AD) audit activity reports.
I've invited one of our Engineering Managers, David Steadman, to tell you more about this feature and share details on how to enable it. Read on for additional information from him, and be sure to tell us what you think!
As Azure Active Directory continues to make hybrid easier to enable key Identity and Access Management scenarios, our customers increasingly want to have more visibility and control into who has access to what across their hybrid environments. For many organizations today, user access to resources both on-premises and in the cloud is controlled by security group memberships. Customers rely upon Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM) to manage these security groups, and the reporting around this management is something we've been working to improve.
We're happy to let you know that, as of today, Microsoft Identity Manager's hybrid reporting solution enables this view within the Azure AD audit activity reports. With this feature, you can now monitor activity around self-service group management activity and self-service password reset occurring either on-premises with MIM or in the cloud.
These reports can be consumed within the Azure portal or in
, and can also be exported to generate custom views.