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Articles for the keywords: Directory Server
15 Jul 2015 Samba 4.2.3 Available [44379]
It Runs on Linux, July 15th, 2015

"Version 4.2.3 is the latest stable release of Samba and is available for download. Samba is an open-source software solution for accessing shared Windows folders over a network.

This release fixes over 40 issues discovered by the Samba development team, or reported by the users. Samba 4.2.3 adds IPv6 support to the Active Directory Server client side to which LDAP connects. Another new feature is SMB3 encryption and GnuTLS 3.4 is now supported..."
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11 Mar 2015 Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition (DSEE) to Oracle Unified Directory (OUD) [41313]
Upgrade and Co-existence

Greg Jensen writes, "As a follow up on 'Why Customers Should Upgrade Directory Server Enterprise Edition (DSEE) to Oracle Unified Directory (OUD)?', I would like to illustrate in a case study how easily upgrade can be achieved.

An upgrade process can be defined as the steps required for moving from a state where application leverage data managed within a DSEE directory service to a state where applications leverage data managed within an OUD directory service.

There are multiple ways to achieve that goal:..."
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16 Feb 2015 Security Configuration in LDAP Adapter [40937]
Oracle Adapter for LDAP is a JCA resource adapte

Anuj Kaushal writes, "In this post we'll discuss the various security options that are available as part of the LDAP Adapter configuration. Oracle Adapter for LDAP is a JCA resource adapter that provides bi-directional connectivity with LDAP v3 compliant directory servers*.

To be able to perform LDAP Operations, the adapter needs to establish a connection to communicate with a target LDAP directory server. For this, it is required to configure the resource adapter connection properties which will be used by the adapter to connect to the directory server..."
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22 Jan 2015 Why Customers Should Upgrade Directory Server Enterprise Edition (DSEE) to Oracle Unified Directory (OUD) [40462]
By Forest Yin

Forest Yin writes, "Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is the foundation of Identity Management. LDAP directories are designed to store identity and policy information and provide runtime access to that information. Oracle's Directory Server Enterprise Edition (DSEE) is the most widely deployed directory in the industry with thousands of production deployments. Some customer deployments include hundreds of millions of entries and even over a billion entries for a single deployment..."
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31 May 2013 Oracle Internet Directory 11g Benchmark on SPARC T5 [31189]
LDAP Search: 1,000 clients, 944,624 ops/second, 1.05 milliseconds latency

Giri Mandalika writes, "Oracle Internet Directory (OID) is an LDAP v3 Directory Server that has multi-threaded, multi-process, multi-instance process architecture with Oracle database as the directory store...

Five test scenarios were executed in this benchmark - each test scenario performing a different type of LDAP operation. The key metrics are throughput -- the number of operations completed per second, and latency -- the time it took in milliseconds to complete an operation..."

  • LDAP Search operation
  • LDAP Add operation
  • LDAP Compare operation
  • LDAP Modify operation
  • LDAP Authentication operation

Giri gives major credit for this benchmark goes to Ramaprakash Sathyanarayan.
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