Sun versus IBM Identity Management

Stuart Jansen sjansen at buscaluz.org
Mon Feb 14 20:18:15 MST 2005


On Mon, 2005-02-14 at 16:02 -0700, Kyle Robinson wrote:
> You've already got AD, so you could use VAS (http://vintela.com) for
> your Unix and Linux systems, VSJ for the J2EE app servers.  Best
> practice now days is to standardize on a primary identity store for as
> many platforms as possible.  Unix, Linux, j2ee and Windows systems can
> all use AD with a few add-on products out there.  The fewer
> directories the fewer identities the fewer issues the fewer audit
> failures = less admin costs more ROI.  Anything that is legacy that
> you can't get working with kerberos/AD you can take a metadirectory
> solution like MIIS and synchronize.

/me suspects full disclosure was missing from this message

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