In the introduction of Project Bletchley white paper in June, we introduced some of the requirements needed for building consortium based blockchains as well as Cryptlets, a primitive for next generation blockchain applications. Today, I'm proud to announce the release of Bletchley v1 and the next level of detail regarding the roadmap of features for Cryptlets.
Today we are delighted to announce the general availability of Azure Active Directory B2C in North America.
Back in May we announced Azure Active Directory would be rolling over the keys it uses to sign tokens. Today we're announcing the new rollover date will be Monday, August 15, 2016.
The Microsoft Patterns & Practices group published new guidance on Identity Management for Multitenant Applications in Azure.
For years, there has been discussion on when the enterprise-cloud migration tipping point would be reached, and at last it appears it has happened. We saw several trends accelerate in 2015 which address some of the barriers to adoption. Cloud adoption is growing quickly around the world, and regional research backs this notion.
Check out our latest Microsoft Mechanics show featuring the new Azure AD B2C service.
On today’s Microsoft Mechanics show, our program manager for this service, Arvind Suthar, shows you how you can use Azure AD B2B collaboration to share app resources with a partner that has Azure Active Directory and share app resources with a partner that does not have Azure Active Directory.
Azure SQL Database now supports Azure Active Directory authentication in public preview, a mechanism of connecting to SQL Database by using identities in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD).
In April, Microsoft announced four new industry certifications for Microsoft Azure. Today I’m excited to share another four milestones specific to Azure Government.
This updated white paper provides information on how customers can use Azure’s native network security features to help protect their information assets.