LDAP System Administration by Carter (2003-03-30)

LDAP System Administration by Carter

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  1. Cela fait quelques ann es que je poss de LDAP System Administration J avais achet ce livre l occasion de mon premier projet impliquant LDAP, et je dois dire qu l poque il ne m avait pas convaincu En effet, m me si Gerald Carter commence son texte par une introduction LDAP, avec moins d une trentaine de pages celle ci s tait r v l e beaucoup trop succincte mon go t Et bien vite, nous voici embarqu s dans les d tails techniques Au final, l impression que j en avais retir e tait celle d un ouvrage [...]

  2. C est un livre indispensable pour les administrateurs Linux qui veulent d ployer une solution d authentification simple, intelligente et gratuite bas e sur LDAP Openldap qui est disponible gratuitement sous licence OpenLDAP Public License.On trouve de nombreux articles sur Openldap sur le web, mais ce livre apporte une bonne clart sur les points non abord s ou mal expliqu s

  3. La organisation du livre est bon Il est surtout facile a lire et les explications des concepts sont tres claires.

  4. This was a great book, in its time However since OpenLDAP 2.4.20 or so the configuration system has changed drastically The flat text file configuration covered in this book has been depreciated in favor of the OLC which is basically an LDAP directory hierarchy itself just for the configuration data This new OLC method is significantly different enough that aside from some general information and command reference this book is basically useless with newer versions of OpenLDAP.

  5. This excellent book covers implementing and administering LDAP better than any I have seen It s apparent to me that a great deal of thought has gone into key paragraphs Despite some comments to the contrary, the organization is methodical and logical Throughout the book there are references to other sources to further research related topics.Chapter 1 LDAP is defined and you are pointed to the appropriate RFC s.Chapter 2 is an overview of the LDAPv3 and explains very well the format of the LDIF [...]

  6. The author is obviously very knowledgeable on LDAP and walks the reader through the history of LDAP from X.500 to the present time The author quotes RFCs and IETF drafts when necessary, since some standards were not in place at the time of writing This book does focus on LDAPv3, but gives advice about migration from LDAPv2, if you are still stuck in the past I would recommend this book to anyone looking to deploy LDAP It is also the best Kindle ready book available on the topic of LDAP I bought [...]

  7. If you are new to network information management this this is not the book for you If, however, you have some type of system administration background utilizing information management system such as Active Directory, NIS, NIS , or even a baseline knowledge of LDAP then this book will help fill some of the gaps.LDAP System Administration starts with a brief review of LDAP in its incarnations and takes you quickly into the theory of distributed directory services This book will work best if you so [...]

  8. I usually love anything from O Reilly and Associates publishers, but this book I purchased in Nov 2013 Upon looking at the book the information is a bit outdated The LDAP concepts are the same but the specific commands have not been updated in the edition I purchased I had to go on line to get the newer commands and associated arguments.

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