ComputerWeekly: IBM Rolls Out Speedier Linux Directory
Jun 25, 2003, 01:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Ed Scannell)
"IBM has shipped an updated version of its Linux-compatible
Directory Server running for its eServer i- and p-Series systems
which contains improved security, advanced replication features and
web services support.
"Version 5.1, which contains the company's DB2 Universal
Database engine and adheres to the industry's LDAP standard, has
been positioned to compete with products based on proprietary
technologies such as Unix and Windows.
"'Most of our corporate customers have heterogeneous IT
environments, many of which are customised for their specific
needs. But unfortunately, we believe many proprietary directory
offerings out there are limited in their ability to support these
environments,' said Eric McNeil, product manager for IBM's Tivoli