LDAP and Directory Services-Course Details

Overview :
LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) is one of the application protocol used for accessing and re emerging as the standard for managing resources and objects used within and in some cases between organizations and maintaining distributed directory information services over an Internet Protocol (IP) network.
Training Objectives of LDAP:
The Main Objectives of LDAP is to review the theory and organization of the LDAP hierarchy or Object Tree Structure covering the Data Information Tree (DIT), objectClasses and attributes, schemas and LDIF files. The Complete overview of the LDAP API is provided to allow us to understanding of alternative implementations and uses of LDAP. Platform Independent browser of LDAP is used to examine both Application and Windows Active Directory LDAP Implementation.
Target Students / Prerequisites:
Prerequisites for the Students need to be familiar with basic knowledge on LDAP technology and ideally should have taken the BASIC LDAP course. This Course is Specially Designed for LDAP designers, architects and implementers, Network and System administrators.
Unit 1: Introduction to LDAP, X500, DAP
Unit 2: DIT, Object Classes, Attributes
Unit 3: LDAP vs RDBMS
Unit 4: Installing and Configuration
Unit 5: Starting and Stopping LDAP
Unit 6: Administration
Unit 7: Schema,Object Classes and Attributes
Unit 8: Directory Information Tree
Unit 9: Add,Modify and Delete operations
Unit 10: Schema Checking,Logging and Log-File rotation
Unit 11: Password Encryption types
Unit 12: SSL,keystore and trust store
Unit 13: Access Control List
Unit 14: Groups
Unit 15: Protecting the Directory,Limiting the search and Delegated Administration
Unit 16: Performance Tuning
Unit 17: Configuration files and Log file location
Unit 18: LDIF,Backup process
Unit 19: Replication Topologies,Multi-Master,Master/Slave etc
Unit 20: JNDI and Sample LDAP search filters
Unit 21: Creating the context,bind,Add/Modify/Delete Operations,Unbind,Closing the Context
Unit 22: Real time Scenarios,Architecture Design,User Base and Hardware selection