Ping Identity Extends Microsoft Azure Active Directory, Delivering Secure Access to All On-Premises Enterprise Applications
Many enterprises, including 85 percent of Fortune 500 companies, have embraced Azure Active Directory as the identity platform for managing users and providing secure access to thousands of SaaS and on-premises applications. Azure Active Directory handles over one billion authentications daily. This integration with Ping allows enterprises to expand single sign on (SSO) to even more of their on-premises web applications. The result is seamless and secure single sign-on for all applications and all users on all devices and clouds, without the need for a VPN.
Azure Active Directory customers can download PingAccess directly within the Azure Active Directory console at http://aad.portal.azure.com. Azure Active Directory Premium customers can use the integration to connect up to 20 applications at no additional cost. For organizations requiring SSO to more than 20 applications, full PingAccess licenses may be purchased.
Additionally, Ping and Microsoft continue to partner to drive adoption of Azure AD and Office 365 within global enterprises that require a federation bridge with Azure AD by providing customers the flexibility to use either PingFederate or Active Directory Federation Services.
“The importance of this new offering is validated by multiple global Fortune 500 customers that have been successfully leveraging the integration through our beta program,” said Andre Durand, CEO and founder, Ping Identity. “Together, Ping and Microsoft are solving a fundamental challenge for the hybrid enterprise today — providing the on-the-go workforce secure access to all of their cloud, mobile and enterprise applications.”
“This collaboration allows us to deliver greater value to customers by extending the value of Microsoft Azure Active Directory to more of the on-premises apps that they need to do their jobs,” said Alex Simons, Director of Program Management, Microsoft Corp.
Alex Simons will discuss the integration further at the Cloud Identity Summit which will be held in Chicago from June 19-22, 2017, and will feature keynotes and tracks from industry thought leaders, CIOs, executives and practitioners. Additional information is available on the CIS website.
About Ping Identity | The Identity Security Company
Ping Identity envisions a digital world powered by identity. As the identity security company, we simplify how the world’s largest organizations prevent security breaches, increase employee and partner productivity and provide personalized customer experiences. Enterprises choose Ping for our identity expertise, open standards leadership, partnership with companies like Microsoft, Amazon and Google, and collaboration with customers like Boeing, Cisco, Disney, GE, Kraft Foods, TIAA, Walgreens and over half of the Fortune 100. The Ping Identity Platform allows enterprises and their users to securely access cloud, mobile and on-premises applications while managing identity and profile data at scale. Architects and developers have flexible options to enhance and extend their existing applications and environments with multi-factor authentication, single sign-on, access management, directory and data governance capabilities. Visit www.pingidentity.com.
About the Cloud Identity Summit
Ping will once again host the Cloud Identity Summit, which has become the premier industry event focused on Identity. CIS 2017 will be held in Chicago from June 19-22, 2017, and will feature keynotes and tracks from industry thought leaders, CIOs, executives and practitioners. Executives from industry leading companies including Optiv, Google, Microsoft and Ping Identity will headline the conference. The theme in 2017 is Intelligent Identity; as connected systems and devices we use for work and personal lives are getting smarter and more pervasive, new business models are emerging at unprecedented pace and scale. Come join this important conversation.
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