As we continue to partner deeply with independent software vendors (ISVs) on integrating with Azure AD, we are continuing our efforts to add more pre-integrated apps in our App gallery. Since our last update, we’ve added 31 new apps that support federated single sign-on (SSO) and 5 new apps that support automated user provisioning.
We’ve made significant progress in making it easier to manage and integrate more applications with Azure AD. Read on and check out some of our favorite apps that were published last month in the Azure AD app gallery.
Applications that support federated single sign on
Barracuda Email Security Service protects organizations against threats like malware, spam, and ransomware, while ensuring email continuity.
Code42 provides insider threat detection, investigation and response. Native to the cloud, Code42 rapidly detects data loss, leak, theft and sabotage as well as speeds incident response.
TicketManager gives you everything you need to manage, allocate and analyze your tickets and events.
EAB Navigate helps schools support student access from enrolment to graduation and beyond.
Hive is an enterprise productivity platform powering team collaboration. Hive allows enterprises to plan, execute, monitor, and communicate on all their projects in one space.
Applications that support automated user provisioning
Zapier helps you connect the web apps you use every day and automate workflows.
TeamViewer allows you to remote control computers, share desktop with others, host meetings, transfer files, collaborate through web conferences and chat.
Azure Databricks SCIM Connector allows you to enable Users and Groups synchronization to a Databricks Workspace from Azure AD.
Mixpanel is an advanced mobile analytics platform that allows to analyze user behavior across sites with deep data insights and run experiments based on learnings.
PureCloud by Genesys is the next-generation, all-in-one cloud contact center solution that helps you manage and understand omnichannel interactions in a seamless customer journey.
Start connecting your apps to Azure AD today!
If you want to connect these applications or other pre-integrated applications to Azure AD, start by reviewing our application management documentation. Thousands of your favorite apps are pre-integrated for SSO and/or automated user provisioning and each have a tutorial to help get you setup.
If you’re a developer or an ISV interested in integrating your application with Azure AD you can learn more here. If you’re a customer and would like to add a new pre-integrated app with Azure AD, you can submit your request here.
As always, we’d love to hear your feedback or suggestions– please leave them in the comments or reach out to us on Twitter (@azuread).
-The Azure AD Team
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