As the number of applications you integrate with Azure AD grows, your need for tools to manage those apps grows with it. We’re super excited about the new usage and insights reports that we’ve recently made available for public preview to help you manage applications more effectively with Azure AD. With this new usage and insights report, you can get an application-centric view of your sign-in data and be able to answer questions such as:
- What are the top used applications in my organization?
- What applications have the most failed sign-ins?
- What applications have the lowest sign-in success rate?
- What are the top sign-in errors for each application?
- When did the number of failed sign ins start to increase?
- When was this error last seen?
Furthermore, as we continue to partner deeply with independent software vendors (ISVs) on integrating with Azure AD, we’ve added more pre-integrated apps in our App gallery that support either federated single sign-on (SSO) or automated user provisioning. Last month we’ve added 26 new apps that support federated SSO and 10 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 our Azure AD app gallery.
Newly available pre-integrated applications
Applications that support federated single sign on:
Amazon Business combines the selection, convenience and value customers have come to know and love from Amazon with unique benefits designed for businesses. From small businesses to enterprises, purchasing professionals to occasional buyers, Amazon Business has solutions to meet the needs of your organization.
Accela provides SaaS solutions that empower state and local governments to build thriving communities, attract and grow businesses, and deliver citizen services.
Darwinbox is an end to end HRMS platform where employers can manage the lifecycle of their employees and provide a superior employee experience across all touchpoints.
Blink is the employee experience app: improving and empowering the lives of frontline workers through technology. Combining a social feed, instant messaging, cloud storage, and powerful integrations.
Harness is a Continuous Delivery-as-a-Service platform that uses Machine Learning to simplify the entire process of delivering code from artifact into production.
Applications that support automated user provisioning:
15Five is a continuous performance management software. 15Five makes continuous employee feedback simple to drive high performing cultures.
Druva delivers a SaaS-based platform to protect and manage enterprise data across endpoint, data center and cloud workloads.
Elium is an European knowledge sharing platform that helps you capture, curate and communicate in the digital workplace.
Flock is a faster way for your team to communicate, discuss projects, share ideas and make decisions faster.
Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning Cloud is a cloud-based software application suite. It manages enterprise functions including accounting, financial management, project management, and procurement.
Start connecting 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 single sign-on 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 have a 3rd party application pre-integrated with Azure AD, 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