OpenDS in Brazil

This week, one of the biggest conference about Open Source Software takes place in Porto Alegre, Brazil: FISL.

FISL stands for "Forum Internacional Software Livre" in the Portuguese language and means "International Free Software Forum".

FISL 10

This will the 10th edition and already over 6000 people have registered, according to the organizers.

It’s the first time I get to go to FISL and to Brazil as well. I’m looking forward to it, as I’ve been told a lot about the energy and the good atmosphere of the conference. It will be a good opportunity to be in touch with our community from South America.

My session will talk about "Scaling the Identity Store with OpenDS", describing the options to scale OpenDS based LDAP directory service from very small embedded to extremely large, telco scale. It’s schedule to happen on Friday 26th, from 11am to 12am in room 41A.

See you there.

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4 thoughts on “OpenDS in Brazil

  1. Marina Sum's Blog 22 June 2009 / 13:45

    [Trackback] Two topics: scaling identity stores with OpenDS and developing open-source identity services with OpenSSO.

  2. Marina Sum's Blog 22 June 2009 / 13:45

    [Trackback] Two topics: scaling identity stores with OpenDS and developing open-source identity services with OpenSSO.

  3. Jonathan G 23 June 2009 / 09:24

    Engineers at my company were having problems with openldap.
    I directed them to OpenDS and their response was:
    "I installed it last night. The installation was very easy and fast."

  4. Diego 27 June 2009 / 08:28

    The talk about OpenDS at FISL was very good. OpenDS sounds to be an interesting option for different kinds of cases where online directories are needed. We are going to try it with our stuff and students. In some cases, we are going to migrate (experimentally) OpenLDAP directories to OpenDS ones.

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