August 10, 2010

389 Directory Server- Red Hat

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The 389 Directory Server (previously Fedora Directory Server) is an LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) server developed by Red Hat, as part of Red Hat's community-supported Fedora Project. 389 Directory Server is identical to the Red Hat Directory Server, just rebranded. The name 389 is derived from the port number for LDAP.

While 389 Directory Server is freely distributable under the terms of the GPL, Red Hat is also offering a commercial version, Red Hat Directory Server, on a subscription basis. A paid subscription will include added features like certified stable builds, customer service, and technical support.

389 Directory Server is being built on top of Fedora, but supports many operating systems including Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 and later, Debian, Solaris 8 and later, and HP-UX 11i.

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