SSO - Local AD Domain - Azure AD - Salesforce

I have a client that is looking to migrate to Exchange 365 and are interested in migrating other services to the 365 platform (onedrive/fileaccess/team sites). I am looking for the simplest way to implement SSO within the environment to allow for access across the board, initially between 365, local AD and Sales force. I know that i could implement ADFS or go for a 3rd party solution. At present implementing ADFS would me creating an additional set of servers for Proxy and authentication and so this seems to defeat the object of moving to cloud services (remove 1 server but add 2).

Is there a way to link the local AD to the Azure Active directory as it seems there is good integration from the Azure SSO to 3rd party apps out there:
https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/active-directory-aadconnect/

Has anyone completed this before and/or could you point me in the right direction?
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Iamthecreator OMIT AdminCommented:
In order to setup SSO with ADFS you will need at least 5 servers. So it depends on the size of your organization and your requirement.You can you services of third party companies that provide SSO or use the password sync feature to access the Exchange online (non-SSO)
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ncomperAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the response, i understand the requirements for setting up ADFS and would like to avoid provisioning additional virtual machines for the SSO solution. I was wondering if i could leverage Azure AD SSO and almost cloud host the solution within Azure without setting up complex infrastructure that would require licensing and maintenance,
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Iamthecreator OMIT AdminCommented:
You will need to setup the ADFS if you wanna use the SSO or use a 3rd party solution.
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ncomperAuthor Commented:
Thanks we will look into a few 3rd party SSO suppliers
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