Hopefully this is a quick answer: I'm starting some work with Azure AD and a term I'm seeing over and over is an Azure AD "tenant". It seems to be synonymous and used interchangeably with an Azure AD "directory", but is it?
I'm probably just being pedantic, and I'm guessing it's obvious to everyone else, but nothing I can find explains this plainly. This is the closest thing I've found and even that makes a jump I can't follow, switching terms from "tenant" to "directory" without explaining:
With the identity platform provided by Microsoft Azure, a tenant is simply a dedicated instance of Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) that your organization receives and owns when it signs up for a Microsoft cloud service such as Azure or Office 365.
Each Azure AD directory is distinct and separate from other Azure AD directories. Just like a corporate office building is a secure asset specific to only your organization, an Azure AD directory [...]
Can anyone just confirm the relationship between these two terms, for the record?