MIM and Azure AD Connect are as important as ever as cloud enablers. “But wait”, I hear you say, “aren’t these old-fashioned, steam-driven, on-premises server products? Surely some mistake?”
Some organizations have all their IT services in the cloud and some have all their IT on-premises. But most of our customers are hybrid organizations with a requirement to synchronize their on-premises authoritative sources of data (HR systems, Active Directory etc.) with their cloud-based Azure AD data. And, make no mistake, MIM and Azure AD Connect are the state of the art.
Join Hugh Simpson-Wells (Founder and CEO, Oxford Computer Group and Oxford Computer Training) for a webinar on Wednesday 30 October 2019 when he’ll discuss how MIM and Azure AD Connect enable hybrid identity.
Drawing on extensive experience in the classroom and in the field, Hugh will describe useful topologies (plus some not so useful ones, so you can avoid them!) and address questions such as:
- Many organizations are installing MIM for the first time as part of their cloud identity strategy. Why?
- Is it really still necessary to have two on-premises synchronisation engines – MIM and Azure AD Connect – to support Office 365 workloads? Why might you still need MIM and Azure AD Connect?
- Does AD FS still have a place alongside Azure AD Connect?
- When will you be able to turn off MIM? When will you be able to turn off Azure AD Connect?
- Now that the equation x3+y3+z3=42 has been solved, is that everything?
OK, not the last one! But Hugh promises a rapid, practical run down of how and why MIM and Azure AD Connect enable hybrid identity, including pluses and minuses, and dos and don’ts.
Any questions? If you have a question you’d like Hugh to address during the webinar, ask it here.
DATE Wednesday, 30 October 2019
TIME 9am Pacific | 12noon Eastern | 4pm UK Note the non-standard time difference between US and UK due to clocks going back on different dates
DURATION 45 minutes including Q&A