Apr 21 2021
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May 24 2021
Have a question around trends/best practices and application access.
Back in the "old" days application access was controlled from within the app, whereby roles may have been defined within the application, individual accounts were created within the app, and people could use the app accordingly.
Then came Directory Services, and if the application was, for example, AD integrated, then that is how access to the app was controlled - use AD accounts / AD Groups.
Now we have the Cloud.
So is the new trend to use, for example, Azure Groups to control access to "modern" apps - with all the benefits of Azure Groups (e.g. dynamic membership, centralized admin, easier auditing, etc etc etc).
While writing this question out, I think I have answered myself (somewhat) - but keen to hear people views on the matter.
Apr 21 2021 08:53 AM