Microsoft Azure Active Directory Premium Stability

it_user623721
Consultant with 10,001+ employees
It's like any technology. It appears that if it did have stability problems they don't really exist anymore in the same way. It's like any introductory development technology. Because its identity, it has to be perfect. It is either secure, or it's not, and unfortunately there's a million ways for things to go wrong and there's only one way for things to go right when there's no give. You do see a lot of issues with it at the beginning. It is mathematical. So, it's like most things. Took a while to get the XAML certificates and all that sort of stuff working. But,now it's a very common thing. You get a session certificate on your phone when you're doing things. When you join a session on your browser on your mobile phone. It's just very common things now. View full review »
Edgar Parra
Technical Delivery Manager at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We find it stable. It definitely has less issues than when you have Acive Directory on-prem. In terms of if your connection from Azure Active Directory to your on-prem network is, you're using say, ExpressRoute or a point to point VPN, you don't notice any authentication problems or the computer lost the relationship with the domain, stuff like that. It's something that I haven't seen since I started working with Azure AD, so in terms of the stability and being reliable and not cause too many errors when you're working with it its something that I notice, if I compare with Active Directory on-premise and Azure AD. View full review »
Ken Meyer
Senior Consultant - Owner with 1-10 employees
My impressions of the stability of the product are that it is a pretty good product. I have seen one outage in the last three years, where it just would not work. It only lasted an hour. It was a pretty big deal, but other than that it has been very dependable. View full review »
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John ONeill
Principle consultant at Active Data Consulting Services Pty Ltd
The stability is really good. We have not had an issue with it at all. It is always there for us. As a part of what Microsoft seems to be doing, it is taking away from what dedicated machines that you have to fiddle and tinker with to run services on, and turning them into services you can just access. View full review »
Reviewer394
Cloud Consultant at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
The stability is pretty good. Earlier, there were freezes here and there. But, we overcame it. What w have now is stable, but they are trying to include more features. View full review »
Rajeev Jha
Database Manager at Wartsila India Ltd
Yes, it is a stable product. But, sometimes we had problems due to the network. We are running in more than 24 countries. In Africa we were having issues, but I would say that 80% of our users are happy as a result of us switching to Azure. View full review »
Jaydeep Mehta
Senior Analyst - IT Development at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
I have not encountered any issues of stability with the product. View full review »
SeniorTe5a6e
Senior Technical Consultant at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
It is pretty good in terms of stability. I have not had any issues. It has not crashed. View full review »
Jaime-Sanchez
Director General
We experienced the aset surge that happened a month or so ago. There was a storm that broke one of the data centers in south-central. The functionality of active directive for Microsoft support was in shortage. It took a day to return back to functional use. View full review »
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