OpenDJ is an open source Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAPv3) and Directory Service Markup Language (DSMLv2) compliant directory service written in Java. Its easy installation process, combined with the power of the Java platform makes OpenDJ a simple, fast directory to deploy and manage. OpenDJ directory server comes with plenty of tools and a full-featured LDAP SDK for Java. OpenDJ directory server also offers REST access to directory data over HTTP.
OpenDJ community actively develops open source directory services, including a high performance, highly available, secure directory server, built-in data replication, client tools, and an LDAP SDK. OpenDJ offers extensive LDAPv3 support, as well as RESTful access to directory data over HTTP. OpenDJ DSML gateway enables applications accessing directory data through DSMLv2. All modules are Java based.
Its easy installation takes OpenDJ the simplest and fastest directory server to deploy and manage.
OpenDJ is a downstream build of the OpenDS project, with a different name to avoid trademark issues.
- Administration graphical user interface.
- Rich administration command line.
- LDAP SDK.
- Verbose access control.
- High availability.
- Flexible, and easy to use plug in mechanism.
- Pass through authentication.
- Optimistic concurrency control (MVCC).
- Samba integration.
- Static, dynamic and virtual static groups and roles.
- Internationalization support: English, French, German, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish.
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