A John Craddock 5-day Hands-on Masterclass: Microsoft Identity
Come to this Masterclass written and delivered by John Craddock.
Discover how the identity solutions offered by Azure Active Directory, on-premises AD FS and AD will help you build identity systems for the future using protocols that include OpenID Connect and OAuth 2.0. In the Masterclass you will learn how to authenticate and provide authorization factors to applications that can be located on-premises or in the cloud. The source of identity of the users could be from you own corporate network, your Azure AD domain, a partner organization and/or a social identity provider such as Facebook or Google.
The class provides detailed learning through the extensive use of hands-on labs. Attendees will not only learn the fundamentals and principles, but also learn how-to deploy and troubleshoot the solutions. In-depth learning will be gained through the use tools, such as Fiddler, to analyse and understand the protocol flows.
Trainer John Craddock:
John Craddock is a Microsoft MVP and has been involved in Microsoft solutions since the early days of Windows and Windows NT. John spoke on Active Directory at the Windows 2000 launch events and has focused on identity solutions since the first release of AD FS for Windows Server 2003. His role as an identity and security architect has seen him involved in many IT projects for industry leaders including Microsoft, the UK Government and multi-nationals. He is an international speaker who has featured at many events throughout the world.
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Implementation: Online, Live Instructor-Led Course via Zoom
Length: 5 days
Dates and time zones:
Monday 15th – Friday 19th March 2021 9:00 – 17:00 CET
Monday 22nd – Friday 26th March 2021 8:00 – 16:00 EST (13:00 – 21:00 CET)
3 999,00 € + ALV 24%
John Craddock is a Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) and has been involved in Microsoft solutions since the early days of Windows and Windows NT. John spoke on Active Directory at the Windows 2000 launch events and has focused on identity solutions since the first release of AD FS for Windows Server 2003.