AD on Azure Deployment Offer
Use Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) to let users authenticate with the same identity across multiple Microsoft services and third-party applications, like SalesForce, without the need for complicated server and cross-platform authentication configurations.
Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) is a method of authentication people can use when signing in to cloud-based web applications, such as Microsoft's Office 365 and Azure. When users are created on an Office 365 platform, a unique identifier is created that allows the user access to specific services, similar to an on-premise Active Directory. Azure AD also includes robust security features that can be enabled to reduce overall risk, provide essential reporting, and receive alerts that may not have been available before.
The offer requires the purchase of a relevant Azure license: Azure AD P1 or Azure AD P2 (depending on the requirements). There are also separate costs associated with the virtual machine (VM) on which this service will run. Annual licensing and consumption expenses are around $222 for P1 and $254 for P2, which must be purchased separately.
Out of scope:
Should you wish to include an integration of privileged access management or activate other protection features available in the Azure Active Directory Premium Plan 2, an additional scoping session will be required to scope your requirements and analyse the impact of the new scope on the project.