Microsoft Active Directory Cloud Services
Active Directory Cloud Services in Microsoft Active Directory for use a highly available, hardened service running actual Microsoft® Active Directory. Managed Service for Microsoft Active Directory is a highly available, hardened Google Cloud service running actual Microsoft Active Directory that enables you to manage your cloud based Active Directory to dependent workloads, automate Active Directory server maintenance and security configuration, and extend your on-premises Active Directory domain to the cloud.
Actual Microsoft Active Directory to use a service with actual Microsoft Active Directory domain controllers, so your work isn’t slowed down by application compatibility worries. Your IT and security teams can use built-in Active Directory features and standard Active Directory administration tools. Enable your IT and security teams to focus on higher-value tasks, knowing that the service is highly available, automatically patched, configured with secure baselines, and protected by appropriate network firewall rules.
Windows Active Directory Cloud System
Expand your on-premises Active Directory space to Google Cloud or convey an independent area for your cloud-based remaining burdens, including VMs and applications. Active Directory Tools was coordinated with Cloud DNS to empower programmed area disclosure for VMs. Windows systems have been relying upon Active Directory to keep up a focal storehouse of data for a long time. Presently along comes cloud figuring, which is demonstrating to be a problematic innovation and is changing the manner in which numerous associations work their IT administrations.
Numerous applications that have been generally utilized on premises depend on Active Directory for confirmation and access authorizations. At the point when these applications are moved to the cloud, it winds up important to broaden your Active Directory into the cloud, also. One approach to do this is to have Windows Server running as a space controller in a virtual machine in an open cloud, for example, Azure or AWS. Staying with the Microsoft arrangement, this includes associating your on premises system to a virtual system running on Azure, which should be possible by means of a site-to-site VPN.
Active Directory Cloud on Remote Server Administration Tools
An actual Active Directory domain decrease compatibility issues using a service that runs real Microsoft Active Directory domain controllers on the latest Windows Server builds. Familiar features and tools enable your IT and security teams to use standard Active Directory features, such as Group Policy, and familiar administration tools, such as Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT), to manage the domain.
Highly available have more confidence in the availability of your domain controllers knowing that the service runs in a highly available configuration, similar to this topology, in multiple regions. Automatic patching give IT teams more time by allowing the service to automatically patch servers, take Active Directory snapshots for recovery, monitor for issues, and replace domain controllers that fail. Hardene to make Active Directory infrastructure less prone to misconfiguration, knowing that the service is hardened with secure configuration baselines and appropriate network firewall rules.
Flexible deployment achieve a higher flexibility by being able to connect Managed Service for Microsoft Active Directory with your existing on-premises domain or run the service as a standalone domain. You will need to configure on premises Active Directory Sites and Subnets, register DNS servers in Azure, create your Azure virtual network with a site-to-site VPN and then create a new replica DC in Azure. If you’re interested in going this route, you can find more detailed instructions for all in Active Directory Cloud Services.