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Aryaka Adds Microsoft Azure Active Directory Integration to Managed SD-WAN Service
Aryaka, the cloud-first WAN company and #1 end-to-end managed SD-WAN provider, today introduced integration with Microsoft Azure Active Directory to enhance the end-user application and authentication experience. As part of this, the MyAryaka cloud portal is now part of the Azure Active Directory Application Gallery.  This integration further enhances Aryaka's cloud-first global managed SD-WAN offering. 

"With the evolution of managed SD-WAN from early adopters to the mainstream, users are looking for the most frictionless experience to access their data and applications in the cloud," said Armin Rishi, director of technology partnerships at Aryaka. "Our integration with Microsoft Azure Active Directory reaffirms our cloud-first approach to WAN transformation."

Advantages of integration include single sign-on (SSO) for applications that enhance the end-user experience and simplification of application configuration. Aryaka's customers can access multiple applications and platforms offered by Aryaka. For example, MyAryaka and the Ticketing Portal can now be accessed using a single set of credentials. Additionally, Aryaka offers support for customers who use Azure Active Directory to log in to the MyAryaka portal using their Active Directory credentials.

"Aryaka's support of Microsoft Azure Active Directory will further the adoption of new services and applications across Azure in conjunction with Aryaka's managed SD-WAN offering," said Alex Simons, corporate vice president of program management at Microsoft, Microsoft Corp. "We are pleased to see the work that Aryaka is doing with Azure in support of our customers."

Aryaka was previously recognized as one of the first partners for the Microsoft Azure Networking Managed Services Provider (MSP) Program with an initial focus on the Azure VWAN. This is combined with Aryaka's core service offering that delivers distributed, SLA-driven access to Azure IaaS/PaaS via ExpressRoute as well as access to Software as a Service (SaaS) applications such as Microsoft Office 365.

Published Monday, December 09, 2019 12:26 PM by David Marshall
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