Azure Maps For Azure AD Now Generally Available

Microsoft announced new updates to Azure Maps that include support for Azure Maps integration with Azure Active Directory, and integration with the Power Apps platform.

Recently, Microsoft unveiled new updates to Azure Maps that include support for Azure Maps integration with Azure Active Directory, integration with the Power Apps platform, Search and Routing services enhancements, new Weather services REST APIs (in preview), and expanded coverage for Mobility services.
 
Well, Azure Maps integration with Azure Active Directory is now generally available. This will allow you to rely on Azure Maps and Azure AD for enterprise-level security. This integration now also includes support for additional role-based control roles for fine-grained access control. Azure Maps supports access to all principal types for Azure RBAC like individual Azure AD users, groups, applications, Azure resources, and Azure Managed identities. 
 
Source: Microsoft
 
Microsoft Power Apps have released the preview of geospatial capabilities powered by Azure Maps. The preview includes both an interactive map component as well as an address suggestion component. Well, to get started with the new geospatial components, you don’t need to be a professional developer to take advantage of these features. Anyone can add these components with the ease of drag-and-drop and low-code development.
 
The preview includes interactive vector tile maps supporting multiple base map styles including satellite imagery, and address search with dynamic address suggestions as you type and geocoding.
 
Search and Route services enhancements include Search business locations by brand name, POI Category Tree API in preview, Request reachable range by travel distance, and Search Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations by connector type.
 
To learn more you can visit the official announcement here.