Identity Federation using Microsoft ADFS And Azure AD

Learn how identities are federated using Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) and Azure Active Directory (AAD)

What is this course about?

What you’ll learn

  • Detailed step by step Implementation of Microsoft ADFS Farm in Azure IAAS.
  • Configuring Azure Load Balancer for ADFS Farm.
  • Configuring Federation using ADFS between two organizations.
  • Publishing ADFS to internet using WAP (Windows Application Proxy).
  • Syncing User Objects from On-Premises AD to Azure AD using Azure AD Connect.
  • Configuring Federation between Azure AD and ADFS.
  • Configuring Password Hash Synchronization and Pass Through Authentication.
  • Configuring Azure AD B2B and B2C.
  • Adding Facebook as an Identity Provider in Azure AD B2C application.
  • Adding Google as an Identity Provider in Azure AD B2B.
  • Decoding Ws-fed, SAML, OAuth and OpenID Connect.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 1 lecture • 3min.
  • Introducing Identity Federation –> 5 lectures • 18min.
  • Planning your ADFS deployment –> 6 lectures • 16min.
  • Deploying ADFS Servers Farm in Azure –> 9 lectures • 1hr 18min.
  • Configuring ADFS in a Single Organization –> 8 lectures • 57min.
  • Configuring ADFS in a Business to Business (B2B) –> 8 lectures • 1hr 8min.
  • WS-Fed, SAML, OAuth and OpenID Connect –> 4 lectures • 37min.
  • Identity Federation using Azure AD –> 13 lectures • 1hr 28min.
  • Azure AD B2B Collaboration and B2C Identities –> 12 lectures • 1hr 31min.

Identity Federation using Microsoft ADFS And Azure AD

Requirements

  • Students must have basic knowledge of Azure and Active Directory.
  • A Free or Paid Azure Subscription for performing hands-On (Optional).

What is this course about?

When we want external parties to consume our applications (be it on-premises or cloud) then the federation comes into the picture. Federation allows external identities (from partner organizations or individual contractors) to access the published applications in another organization using their own organization’s user account or using their personal social media accounts.

This course primarily talks about the federation of identities using the old horse Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) and Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). In this course, students will gain a step by step understanding of implementing ADFS infrastructure in Azure IAAS and in later sections of the course they’ll get to know how Azure AD works as a federation broker.

Students will also learn how to register a custom domain in Azure AD and sync their On-Premises user objects to Azure AD using Azure AD Connect. This course will be explaining in detail how Azure B2B Collaboration and Azure B2C work.

Disclaimer: This course does not cover any web application coding to make the application claim aware. We have used ready-made sample applications for demonstration.

 

Who is the perfect Audience?

This course is perfect for students who-

1. Have basic knowledge of Azure and Active Directory

2. Have no prior knowledge of ADFS or Federation

3. Students who are working as Windows or Azure Administrators or Identity Management Administrators.

 

Why take this Course?

There are many reasons to take this course.

  1. This course is taught by Microsoft Certified Trainer.
  2. This course covers lots of Hands-On which will make you practically sound and make your understanding better about the concepts.
  3. And moreover, Identity federation for collaboration is a hot subject in today’s digital age and this course has explained the topic using Microsoft ADFS and Azure AD.
  4. At last, I am eager to see you succeed, I am offering you my help, assistance wherever required in learning this course. You can drop your queries in the Q&A section of the course and I’ll make sure it will be responded promptly.