Connecting 
BlackBerry UEM
 to 
Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure
 is the 
Microsoft
 cloud computing service for deploying and managing applications and services. 
Connecting 
BlackBerry UEM
 to 
Azure
 provides your organization with the following features:
  • Connect 
    BlackBerry UEM
     to 
    Azure
     
    Active Directory
     and create directory user accounts in 
    BlackBerry UEM
     by searching for and importing user data from the company directory. Directory users can use their directory credentials to access 
    BlackBerry UEM Self-Service
    . If you assign an administrative role to directory users, the users can also use their directory credentials to log into the management console.
  • Use 
    BlackBerry UEM
     to deploy 
    iOS
     and 
    Android
     apps managed by 
    Microsoft Intune
    .
  • Manage 
    Windows 10
     apps in 
    BlackBerry UEM
If your organization uses 
Microsoft Active Directory
 instead of 
Azure
 
Active Directory
, to connect with 
Azure
 you must install the most recent version of the 
BlackBerry Connectivity Node
 to allow 
BlackBerry UEM Cloud
 to access your company directory.
BlackBerry UEM
 supports configuring only one 
Azure
 tenant. To connect 
BlackBerry UEM
 to 
Azure
, you perform the following actions:
Step
Action
If your organization uses 
Azure
 
Active Directory
configure 
BlackBerry UEM Cloud
 to synchronize with 
Azure
 
Active Directory
.
If your organization uses an on-premises 
Microsoft Active Directory
 and you want to use 
BlackBerry UEM
 to deploy apps managed by 
Microsoft Intune
 or manage 
Windows 10
 apps, Synchronize Microsoft Active Directory with Microsoft Azure.
 
 
Create enterprise applications in Azure to allow 
BlackBerry UEM Cloud
 to connect to 
Microsoft Intune
 and the 
Windows Store
 for Business.
Configure 
BlackBerry UEM
 to synchronize .