Citrix Cloud streamlines with single sign-on access based on Azure Service Fabric



(10,000+ employees)


Partner Professional Services


North America/United States


Authored by Mauricio Caro and Nanette Ray at Microsoft in conjunction with Thomas Hammond and Bradley Rowe of CitrixThis article is part of a series about customers who’ve worked closely with Microsoft on Azure Service Fabric over the last year. We look at why they chose Service Fabric, and we take a closer look at the design of their application.In this installment, we profile Citrix Systems Inc. and their single sign-on solution built using a microservices approach on Azure Service Fabric. Also read about their business journey using Azure to implement single sign-on.Based in the United States with global offices, Citrix has been at the forefront of the digital enterprise since launching their first remote access product in 1989. Today Citrix is building the workspace of the future by operationalizing the technology that businesses need. Their solutions are in use by more than 400,000 organizations including 99 percent of the Fortune 100 and 98 percent of the Fortune 500.A Microsoft partner for more than two decades, Citrix has evolved into a leading cloud services provider. When Citrix needed help with the disparate online authentication systems used by their various cloud offerings, the Microsoft team showed them how Service Fabric and microservices could be part of the solution to streamline the customer experience with a cost-effective new architecture.


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