Enterprise Linux Log

Feb 23 2007   9:11PM GMT

Linux and identity management



Posted by: ITKE
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Administration, interoperability and integration

I’ve been all about identity management lately, and for good reason: things can get a bit hairy when It administrators try and get their Linux and Windows boxes to play nice in the data center.

A handful of vendors have jumped into the fray over the past few years (Centeris, Centrify, Quest Software and more recently Xandros), leading me to believe this is an area that’s near and dear to many an administrator’s heart who’s tired of all the Linux vs. Windows talk and just wants his or her shop to run as smoothly as possible.

But no two shops are the same, are they? So where do you fall? Which interoperability and identity issues keep the Blackberry powered on and firmly attached to your hip — even in the dead of night?

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