AWS Single Sign-On Alternatives and Competitors

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SunilKumar14
Information Technology Specialist at Self-Employed
Real User
Top 20
Feature-rich, good documentation, and the setup is not complex

What is our primary use case?

I am an operational engineer and consultant that assists organizations with their Azure Active Directory implementation. I primarily deal with administrative functions in my day-to-day tasks. I am responsible for creating and configuring Azure AD users and groups, as well as assigning the dynamic membership required by the organization to their users. Another common task is that I set up guest user access for organizations that want to grant access to users on a temporary basis. For customers that want to use a cloud-based deployment, I can assist them with that. In cases where the customer… more »

Pros and Cons

  • "The most valuable feature is Identity and Access Management. As an IT administrator, this feature allows me to manage access for users and groups."
  • "At the free or basic level of service, Azure should provide identity protection features including single sign-on and multifactor authentication."

What other advice do I have?

At this time, Azure AD is the biggest cloud Platform as a Service that is available. They have 60+ cloud data centers available worldwide, which is more than any other organization. It is a service that I recommend. My advice for anybody interested in this product is to utilize the free trial. Microsoft will not charge you anything for the first month. They will also give you a $200 credit so that you can use the services. I would rate this solution an eight out of ten.
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