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Multi-Tenant Entra ID (Azure AD) SSO and MFA for Applications with Datawiza

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As organizations expand, they often find themselves with multiple Microsoft Entra ID (Azure AD) tenants. However, this can create challenges when it comes to enabling users to access applications across different tenants. That’s where Datawiza’s identity brokering service comes in, enabling multiple Azure AD tenants (multi-tenant Azure AD SSO and MFA) to log in to a single application and streamlining the authentication process.

What Multi-Tenant Azure AD SSO Means 

With Datawiza’s identity brokering service, connecting different Azure AD tenants and providing a unified authentication experience for end-users is made possible. Users can use their existing Entra ID (Azure AD) credentials, MFA and conditional policy to access applications, even if they are hosted in different tenants. Setting up a connection between the different tenants and the application via Datawiza, making it easy to enable multiple Azure AD tenants to log in to an app.

How Datawiza Multi-Tenant SSO Works

Here’s a diagram to illustrate how Datawiza’s identity brokering service works with multiple Azure AD tenants:

As shown in the diagram, Datawiza’s identity brokering service acts as a bridge between different Azure AD tenants and the application. When an end-user attempts to log in to the application, Datawiza federates the user to the appropriate Azure AD tenant to login.

Easy Integration

Datawiza’s identity brokering service can be easily integrated with existing applications via a few clicks, making it a cost-effective solution for organizations of all sizes. It can also be customized to meet the specific needs of each organization, providing a flexible solution that can be adapted as business requirements change over time.

Cost Savings 

In addition to simplifying access management, Datawiza’s identity brokering service also offers significant cost savings. Enabling multiple Azure AD tenants to log in to a single application traditionally requires significant engineering resources to revise or replace the application to support multiple tenants.

However, by using Datawiza’s identity brokering service, organizations can avoid the need to allocate valuable engineering resources to revise or replace their existing applications. Instead, the service can be easily integrated with existing applications, making it a cost-effective solution for organizations of all sizes.

Conclusion

Datawiza’s identity brokering service with multiple Azure AD tenants provides a secure, flexible, and streamlined solution for organizations to manage access to their applications, no matter how complex their Azure AD tenant environment may be. By enabling multiple Azure AD tenants to log in to a single application, simplifying the authentication process, and improving access management control, organizations can enhance security and improve user experience.