The presenters will provide a comprehensive perspective on the state of the Microsoft Identity platform today and the direction it will take for the next iterations. We invite you to take this opportunity to openly discuss your scenarios and thus influence the future development of the platform.

The focus is on the essentials of the platform as well as business scenarios for corporate identity. We’ll explore the different ways to secure your applications and APIs.

We will deepen the concepts by exploring the different APIs and concepts to give granular access to your services and integrate with the MS Graph.

During this day we incorporate best practices from the different Microsoft teams who build their own services on the same Identity platform you can use today.

 

Welcome and Logistics

15

Microsoft Identity Platform Overview

75

Break

15

Basics of Authentication

45

Add Authentication to an app coding

45

Lunch

60

Permissions and Consent

60

Protecting and Accessing an API

30

Break

15

API Authorization coding

15

Using Groups and Role for Auth

30

Use Groups and Roles coding

45

Best practices for securing services

30

Wrap up 

15

 

This workshop is taught by Matthijs Hoekstra (Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Identity) and Kyle Marsh (Principal Program Manager, Microsoft Identity).

Matthijs is a Senior Program Manager on the Microsoft Identity team focusing on the developer experience for Azure Active Directory and Microsoft Identity Platform. Matthijs started at Microsoft in 2002 as a consultant working on Architecture for larger enterprises. 6 years ago he moved to the US and worked on the Windows Developer platform before joining the Microsoft Identity team in 2018.

Kyle is a Principal Program Manager on the Microsoft Identity team. As part of the Identity team Kyle focuses on architecting security and access management for applications and APIs across a wide variety of developer technologies. He has extensive experience developing solutions and working with partners to help them optimize their solutions. In past lives he has been a developer for MSDN, Dr. GUI, and a developer lead on the Access team, and PM on Unified Communications and Windows.