LDAP Directories

  • ID: 2250610
  • Book
  • 470 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This in–depth guide to the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) shows the real world applications of the technology and its implementation. It explores network administration, policy management, security, and access rights within the protocol as well as identity management and Web site personalisation including commercial sites and portals.

In addition to a solid introduction to directories and the LDAP standard this book also provides:

∗ an in–depth description of the LDAP technology including IETF standards, concepts and interfaces (DSML, LDIF etc)

∗ step by step help with designing the data model of the directory and its architectural platform

∗ real life examples

∗ detailed information on developing directory enabled applications, with code examples

∗ a description of the tools needed to implement an enterprise directory, featuring meta–directories, LDAP proxies, directory content management and directory administration

∗ a description of LDAP applications and the business benefits of an enterprise directory including return on investment

LDAP: Building an enterprise directory is an indispensable guide for operational decision makers who wish to understand what directories can bring to information systems and to a business as a whole. It is also a key reference source for technicians involved in LDAP implementation.
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Introduction.

What is the Aim of this Book?

Structure of the Book.

For Whom is this Book Intended?

FAQs.

Acknowledgements.

PART 1: DIRECTORIES AND THEIR APPLICATIONS.

1. Directories Overview.

2. The History of Directories and an Introduction to LDAP.

3. LDAP Directories and Their Applications.

PART 2: THE LDAP STANDARD.

4. LDAP Standard and its Client–Server Model.

5. The LDAP Models.

6. LDAP Interfaces and the Future of the Standard.

PART 3: THE DESIGN PHASE.

7. Functional Design.

8. Technical Design.

9. LDAP Tools and Applications.

10. Case Studies.

11. The Life Cycle of a Corporate Directory.

PART 4: EXAMPLES  OF CODE.

12. Examples of Code in C and C++.

13. Examples of ADSI Implementation.

Index.

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Marcel Rizcallah heads the IT Skills Centre within Valoris (www.valoris.com), France′s largest independent Customer Relationship Management company. He also provides consulting expertise on the architecture of applications such as Portals, Content Management, Identity Management, e–Commerce, EAI, and mobile services.
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