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Windows Azure Access Control Service

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Windows Azure Access Control Service overwies

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  • 1. Access Control Service Pavlo Revenkov EPAM Cloud Computing Competency Center Email: pavlo_revenkov@epam.com Habrahabr: habrahabr.ru/users/risingstar/ Skype: rp_risingstar
  • 2. Arnold Schwarzenegger Token Arnold Schwarzenegger Male 65 Surname Sex Age Name Claims Certificate What is token? 2
  • 3. User Relying party application Token? Federation provider Yes Google Facebook Active Directory No Token Identity providers Access Control Service 3
  • 4. Federation provider Identity Provider IP-TokenFP-Token ACS Rule Engine JWT SAML 1.1 SAML 2.0 SWT Google Facebook Yahoo Active Directory ACSClaim Rule Language 4Token lifecycle
  • 5. 5Benefits • Your application interacts only with Access Control Service • No need to implement your own authentication mechanism • Transparent integration with existing Active Directory infrastructure • Custom rule engine for claims transformation
  • 6. 6Components Windows Identity Foundation SDK: • Application • Server AD FS Role Services: • Server
  • 7. 7Protocols Windows Azure Access Control Service supports the following protocols: • WS-Trust • WS-Federation • OpenID 2.0 • OAuth 2.0 • OAuth-WRAP
  • 8. 7Demo
  • 9. Authentication with Access Control Service  https://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/develop/net/how-to-guides/access- control/ Single Sign-On from Active Directory  http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=13789 References 8
  • 10. 9Questions?

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