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Azure Multi-tenant refers to a mode of operation in which a single instance of an Azure service or application serves multiple customers, known as tenants, in a shared environment. In this mode, each tenant is isolated from one another, and the user data of one tenant are inaccessible to other tenants.
Azure multi-tenant also provides benefits such as increased scalability and cost-effectiveness, as physical resources such as storage can be shared across multiple tenants, and the ability to quickly onboard new customers and expand services to new markets. However, it also requires careful design and management to ensure that tenant data and resources are properly isolated and secured.
We have successfully configured Azure AD as an multi-tenant application as well as configured SAML Single Sign-On (SSO) for ASP.NET application as service provider and Azure Active Directory as an identity provider. We can also configure SAML Single Sign-On (SSO) for ASP.NET applications using various identity providers such as ADFS, Okta, Google, Auth0, PingFederate, Microsoft365, Salesforce and many more. To check other identity providers, click here.
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