The CoreView Hybrid Agent is a key technical component of CoreView’s platform, which allows our customers to rely on CoreView as a “single pane of glass” for 360-degree management of cloud-only accounts, on-premises only accounts, or synchronized accounts. The Hybrid Agent capability in CoreView is an optional add-on feature available for an annual subscription.  


Before we jump into a description of the Hybrid Agent, let's define a few key terms. 




On-premises Architecture 

Your company's server is hosted within your organization's infrastructure and, in many cases, physically onsite. The server is controlled, administered, maintained, procured, etc., by your company, your in-house IT team, or an IT partner.  

Hybrid Infrastructure 

It is a computing environment that combines an on-premises data center (also called a private cloud) with a public cloud, allowing data and applications to be shared between them. 

Active Directory 

Stores information about objects on the network and makes this information easy for administrators and users to find and use. Active Directory uses a structured data store as the basis for a logical, hierarchical organization of directory information.  

Azure Active Directory 

A cloud-based identity and access management service. This service helps employees access external resources, such as Microsoft 365, the Azure portal, and thousands of other SaaS applications. Azure Active Directory also helps employees access internal resources like apps on your corporate intranet network and any cloud apps developed for your organization. 


What CoreView Can Do for Hybrid


Now that we have covered some commonly used terms, let's learn about CoreView's Hybrid Agent. Identity and access management can often be challenging for organizations with both on-premises and cloud environments. CoreView makes managing these Hybrid environments easy by providing a single console to manage local AD (Active Directory) and Exchange data. CoreView's Hybrid Agent allows administrators visibility to data via a flexible search or available reports. Administrators can manage all user attributes through searching or via the reports, including Security Groups and Distribution groups. 


The CoreView Hybrid Agent is optional and designed for organizations with Hybrid environments. Here are some use cases for it. If you are interested in learning more about the Hybrid Agent, don't hesitate to contact our Customer Success Team. 


Typical use cases for Hybrid Agent: 

    • Instant synched user provisioning 
    • Reset on-premises users' passwords 
    • Change on-premises group memberships 
    • Unlock both on-premises and synced users and set conditional access 
    • Enrich reporting with on-premises information 
    • Deprovision disabled users 
    • Create or modify on premises users 
    • Create or modify on premises mailboxes 
    • Enable Remote Mailboxes and migrate your mailboxes 
    • Automate on premises tasks 
    • Manage any on premises user property 


If you are interested in our On-Premises capability, please contact your CoreView Customer Success Manager.