Identity and Windows Azure

Thursday 26 September 2013

This event is sponsored by :


Identity and Windows Azure

With the advent of Azure Active Directory (AAD), the normal on-premise Identity management paradigm has been extended into the cloud and provides support for Windows Azure, Microsoft Office 365, Dynamics CRM Online, Windows Intune etc.

It allows integration with an on-premise AD and synching of AD with AAD. AAD is built on the Graph API which facilitates accessing objects such as Users, Groups, and Roles. It also provides SSO with the above plus applications built on Windows Azure using popular web identity providers like Microsoft Account, Google, Yahoo!, and Facebook by means of Azure ACS.

The Active Directory Authentication Library (ADAL) for .NET enables client application developers to easily authenticate users to Windows Azure Active Directory

"Identity and Windows Azure" will give an overview on these technologies with examples and resources. The presentation will cover how these technologies integrate and will cover what tools and utilities are available.

Rory has presented to the .NET user group on "Claims Based Identity" which gave an overview of ADFS and WIF.


Thursday 26 September 2013

Gather for food and drinks at 5:45 PM
Presentation starting at 6:10 PM

Staff Study Centre Lounge
Study Centre Building
Massey University Albany Campus

  • Catch up with North Shore .NET User Group members.
  • Have a bit of Pizza and a refreshment.
  • Learn about Identity Á Windows Azure.


Our speaker is:

Rory Braybrook

Rory Braybrook

Rory is the v-TSP for ADFS in Auckland.

Rory works in the Identity team at Datacom working with evangelising .NET claims-based applications; both browser and WCF.

He is also the architect / lead developer of Datacom's Identity Manager which provides self-service password management, delegated administration, role management and AD provisioning for ADFS.

Twitter : @rbrayb







Our Sponsors

The North Shore .NET User Group would like to thank our sponsors, for making this event happen.