Azure Active Directory is a comprehensive and highly available identification and access control cloud solution. It combines core directory services,advanced identity governance and application access management. Azure Active Directory also provides a standards-based platform with abundant functions which supports developers in providing access control for applications based on centralized policies and rules.
Azure Active Directory comes in three editions - Free, Premium P1, Premium P2. The Free edition is included in your Azure account. If you have an Azure account, Premium P1 and P2 are available online. Sign in here to purchase.
|FREE||PREMIUM P1||PREMIUM P2|
|Price||Free||¥ 45.58 user/month||¥ 68.9 user/month|
|Directory as a Service|
|User and Group Management|
|Quantity of Directory Objects1||500K||No Object Limit||No Object Limit|
|User-based Access Control and Setup|
|Privileged Identity Management|
|Sign-in and audit reporting|
|Group based licensing|
Designed to empower organizations with more demanding identity and access management needs, Azure Active Directory Premium edition adds feature-rich enterprise-level identity management capabilities and enables hybrid users to seamlessly access on-premises and cloud capabilities. This edition includes everything you need for information worker and identity administrators in hybrid environments across application access, self-service identity and access management (IAM), and security in the cloud.
|Price||Contact your Microsoft client manager representative||¥ 45.58 user/month*|
Azure Active Directory Premium P2 includes every feature of all other Azure Active Directory editions enhanced with advanced identity protection and privileged identity management capabilities.
|Price||Contact your Microsoft client manager representative||¥ 68.9 user/month*|
Self Service Password Reset
Azure Active Directory provides Self Service Password Reset for cloud applications.
Support & SLA
If you have any questions or need help, please visit Azure Support to select self-service or any other method to contact us for support.
The free version of Azure Active Directory doesn’t offer a service level agreement. If you want to learn more about the details of our server level agreement, please visit the Service Level Agreement page.