Howard Chu is the Chief Technology Officer at Symas, the Chief Architect of the OpenLDAP Project, and an overall amazingly entertaining fiddle player (Google it.) This spring Howard spoke at FLOSS UK about the upcoming release of OpenLDAP 2.5. Tom Yates compiled a nice article summarizing these highlights. Click to read.
Earlier this week, Slashdot carried a story about Oracle Open Sourcing a product line as an opportunity to let the developers go. This is a story-line we have been watching for years.
A message from our President regarding Red Hat and SuSE removing OpenLDAP from their Linux Distributions
A few weeks ago, one of our strategic partners—a large European government and defense contractor—requested a call to discuss a big concern: the OpenLDAP server was slated to be removed from upcoming releases of Red Hat’s Enterprise Linux distributions.
We all know there’s not a foolproof way to secure computing systems. But there are steps that can mitigate the risk of exposure once the inevitable breach occurs.