OpenDJ - LDAPv3 compliant directory service

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OpenDJ is a new LDAPv3 compliant directory service, providing a high performance, highly available and secure store for the identities managed by enterprises. Its easy installation process, combined with the power of the Java platform makes of OpenDJ the simplest and fastest directory server to deploy and manage.

OpenDJ is based on the OpenDS project. Choosing OpenDJ as an enterprise directory service has the following benefits.

  • Lower the cost of ownership
  • Delivers more performance while consuming less resources (disks, memory and CPUs). Simplifies the administrative tasks by automating them
  • High Availability - Supports deployment of multiple servers in a multi-master replication topology, providing failover and disaster recovery. Secure data store
  • Supports different levels of authentication and authorization. Protects passwords through encryption and extensive policies. Monitoring and Alerts
  • Platform independence - Runs on any platform that supports Java 6, including virtualized environments.
  • Can be monitored by 3rd party applications using SNMP and JMX. Supports custom alerts to inform of specific events in the service.
  • Interoperability - Supports all LDAPv3 standard specifications, most of LDAPv3 standard and experimental extensions as well as some vendor specific extensions, easing integration with applications.

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