Azure Active Directory (AD) vs Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)

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Azure 101: Subscriptions And Management Groups

2023-03-20T01:55:37+00:00

In Microsoft Azure, a subscription is an agreement between a customer and Microsoft on how to pay for and access Azure services. It is paid based on the consumption of services within the subscription. For example, if you provisioned Azure Virtual Machines, App Service, Azure SQL Database, and other services, your subscription will be billed based on using these services. There are many types of subscriptions. Each type of subscription may have various characteristics and limitations, such as the maximum number of a specific virtual machine size that can be provisioned or the number of tags in a resource group. However, you [...]

Azure 101: Subscriptions And Management Groups2023-03-20T01:55:37+00:00

Azure Active Directory (AD) vs Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)

2021-02-24T01:51:59+00:00

Azure AD Azure RBAC Description An identity and access management service that helps you access internal and external resources. An authorization system that manages user’s access to Azure resources including what they can do with those resources and what areas they can access. Focus Grants permissions to manage access to Azure Active Directory resources. Grants permissions to manage access to Azure resources. Scope Tenant level Specify at multiple levels (management group, subscription, resource group, and resource) Roles    Important Azure AD built-in roles:  Global Administrator - manage access to all the administrative features in Azure AD.  User Administrator - [...]

Azure Active Directory (AD) vs Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)2021-02-24T01:51:59+00:00

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