Hi folksThis is not true. Where did this information come from?
At $WORKk we are having a discusion about the scalability of different directory server products, and I thought I'd reach out and see anyone had any information that I could feed back into our dialogue. There are three main points that i'm curious about, first the statement was made that Red Hat doesn't suggest RHDS 8.* for use in enterprise environments
Also not true. Where did this information come from?and instead suggests an LDAP server that uses or comes with Jboss (OpenDS or OpenLDAP maybe? I was a bit unclear on this point... ).
No, it is several generations ahead of Sun DS 5.0. See http://directory.fedoraproject.org/wiki/HistorySecond, 389/RHDS is in fact just Sun Directory Server 5.0.
Not sure about this. We don't certify with these, but if they work with standard LDAPv3 servers, they should work with RHDS/389.And finally that RHDS/389 isn't compatible with the following products:
Sun IdM v6.1, 7.2, 8.1.1
I'd really like to be able to provide some constructive feedback to my collages, since the feels like a matter of misunderstanding and an opportunity to educate each other.
Thanks in advance for any feedback!
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