Organizational customers want consistent identities and access control across Active Directory (AD) and the software-as-a-service apps they rely upon, including Microsoft Office 365, salesforce.com, Box, WebEx, GoToMeeting, Concur, etc. This session covers how customers can enable Azure AD for SSO to hundreds of popular SaaS apps, along with configuring provisioning, federation, and password vaulting, and how to address the typical rollout concerns for enterprise-wide deployment of SaaS single sign-on.
Brian Keller sits down with Aaron Bjork (Visual Studio Online) and Bret Grinslade (Application Insights) to talk about some of the latest updates being made to this set of cloud-hosted services for developers and operations.
Microsoft Lync includes capabilities for real-time communications such as IM, audio, video, and conferencing. Learn how virtualization solutions impact these communications and how to best deploy Lync when leveraging virtualization capabilities—including server and client virtualization strategies and supported methods. Discuss common virtualization features and their support and impact on Microsoft Lync Server, the virtualization options for Lync Server and Lync clients, and understand the common and recommended methods for sizing and planning a Lync solution that includes virtualized components.