Fortress - Identity and Access Management

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Fortress the open source identity and access management built on OpenLDAP. Fortress is designed to address complex authentication, authorization and auditing needs simply and easily. It helps to ensure strict adherence to current security standards while allowing for ease of installation and ongoing maintenance. It also offers JoshuaTree commercial grade IAM solutions with open source technologies that reduce cost and are simple to use.

https://joshuatreesoftware.us/

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