Posted Jun 2, 2005 15:22 UTC (Thu) by cdmiller
In reply to: OpenLDAP
Parent article: Red Hat's directory server
Netscapes directory server was OK, but I see no current advantage in it over OpenLDAP. OpenLDAP has been "enterprise" level for several years, (running 30,000 student campuses etc.), and simply continues to improve. I doubt OpenLDAP will see a need to respond other than to continue with business as usual. The nice thing is there will now be 2 open source, "enterprise level", directory servers in the world placing pressure on Novell's and others proprietary offerings. Two GPL compatible enterprise level directory servers which can compete and use the best code from each other...
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