On 11/08/2011 04:16 PM, Griffing, Thomas (Tom) wrote:
I am a consultant for Verizon and have been
tasked with determining the best technology for centralizing
authentication for Red Hat servers to the Microsoft AD
servers. I have looked at IPA and the JBoss presentation
reads well, but I’d like to know if IPA is ready for use in
the corporate environment.
If it is ready, what is the best
distribution for hosting IPA? RHEL 6.1, RHEL 6.2b, Fedora,
It is ready, and GA with Red Hat 6.2. I would suggest RHEL, due to
the need for quick application of security updates on something as
sensitive as the Identity Management server.
If you wish to test it out, I can recommend the Fedora 15 branch as
being quite stable. I've only recently started working with a
Fedora 16 install, so I can't personally vouch for that yet.
Looking forward to your rely.
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