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from The Azure Podcast , on 5/14/2015 , played: 1223 time(s)

Azure is all about scale and Evan has pulled some interesting numbers and statistics about Azure that we discuss on this show.

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  • As of March 26, 2015, there are 4.9M organizations are using Azure AD
  • There are more than 430M identities in Azure Active Directory:
  • The majority of the 4.9M are smaller businesses and have < 500 employees.
  • A subset of the 4.9M organizations are medium/large and have 500 or more employees. Because these organizations are comparatively large, they account for 93% of identities in Azure AD.
    • 55% of them are using Azure AD Sync (or its predecessor DirSync) to provision identities in Azure AD.
    • 2% of them are using a 3rd party cloud identity service (i.e. Centrify, Okta, OneLogin, etc.) for provisioning.
    • Another 2% use a wide variety of home grown and custom provisioning tools.
    • The remainder are using one of our portals (Azure or Office365) and PowerShell scripts for provisioning.
  • There are over 1B authentications per day to Azure AD
  • 56% are cloud only authentications and completed directly by Azure AD
  • 32% are authentications completed by an ADFS server deployed at a customer site
  • 7% are authentications completed using a password that was synced from on-premises using our Password Sync feature
  • Just over 1% are authentications completed by syndication partners (i.e. large companies who resell Microsoft services)
  • Just under 1% are authentications completed by a 3rd third party federation server (i.e. CA Site Minder, Ping, etc.)
  • Just under 1% are authentications completed by a 3rd party identity service (i.e. a company like Centrify, Okta, OneLogin, etc.)
  • The remaining 1% are completed with a variety of open source and custom solutions.

 

  • 57% of Fortune 500 companies now use Azure 
  • Over 300,000 active websites 
  • More than 30 trillion storage objects
  • 3 million requests per second
  • 13 billion authentications per week 
  • Over a million SQL databases in Azure 
  • 300 million Azure Active Directory users 
  • 1.65 million developers registered with Visual Studio Online 

 

http://news.microsoft.com/cloud/index.html

http://www.winbeta.org/news/microsoft-prioritizes-azure-over-windows-build-2015-new-azure-stats-revealed

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/windowsazurestorage/archive/2015/04/28/client-side-encryption-for-microsoft-azure-storage-preview.aspx

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/powerbi/archive/2015/05/13/using-power-bi-to-visualize-and-explore-azure-sql-databases.aspx?linkId=14199317

http://blogs.technet.com/b/ad/archive/2015/03/26/what-s-the-best-way-to-connect-to-office365-and-azure.aspx

 

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