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4.0 von 5 Sternen Architects and Project Managers Take Note
This book gives a good architect's or project manager's understanding of LDAP and of the difficulties inherent in deploying any complex mission critical software system. The book covers schema and name space design, security considerations, legacy integration, capacity planning, systems management and procurement. All of these issues are discussed in a vendor neutral...
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1.0 von 5 Sternen This book is a mess.
It is not suitable for either the beginner or the expert. It is disorganized. Specialized terms are used without being defined or before being defined. There are repeated digressions, for example a timeline that begins with the first TV Guide being published and ends with the number of internet hosts exceeding 36 million (pp 64). There is an enormous amount of...
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1.0 von 5 Sternen This book is a mess., 13. Mai 2000
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It is not suitable for either the beginner or the expert. It is disorganized. Specialized terms are used without being defined or before being defined. There are repeated digressions, for example a timeline that begins with the first TV Guide being published and ends with the number of internet hosts exceeding 36 million (pp 64). There is an enormous amount of superfluous material, bringing this book to 800+ pages for a "lightweight" protocol and requiring constant filtering on the part of the reader. The authors have a poor command of the English language, have little knowledge of organizational structure, and have difficulty following a single line of thought. The material is sometimes patronizingly simple ("A network is...") and other times it uses specialized directory terms that are never defined in the book. Overall, a disaster.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Architects and Project Managers Take Note, 16. Februar 1999
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This book gives a good architect's or project manager's understanding of LDAP and of the difficulties inherent in deploying any complex mission critical software system. The book covers schema and name space design, security considerations, legacy integration, capacity planning, systems management and procurement. All of these issues are discussed in a vendor neutral tone, though the references are a bit heavy on Netscape publications.
This is not a programming book and this is not a product manual. For architects, this is a concept book rather than a reference book: After reading this book you will still need to spend hours pouring over your vendor's manuals figuring out how to implement your design. For a project manager, this book may deserve the "bible" moniker, with the checklists something that can be used to guide the deployment of many new systems. While there is one, quite good, chapter on application design, application design is not the focus. Tim and Mark's earlier book covers that topic in much more detail.
The book, at 850 pages, is long, but it should be easy going for a database professional. The book itself looks like it was laid out with an HTML browser's "Print" command.
If you are considering an LDAP deployment, using any LDAP server, you will find this book invaluable during the evaluation, planning and deployment process.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Not Technical, 12. April 2000
The book starts by teaching the basics, but never goes beyond mere words. The title is misrepresenting: this book is little help for anyone trying to deploy a directory service. The content is only good for familiarizing those who don't know anything about directories, and it only does a fair job at that.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen nice cover, 19. September 2000
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This book is so typical of computer science books. There are some nice chapters (containing a lot of background information that you really don't need to know). Then, they break right into the meat of the topic (naming for example), overlooking the fact that they haven't even explained some of the most basic concepts (what is a "dn"). Or they might use terminology in chapter 3 and explain the terminology in chapter 8, leaving you to leaf through the book like an eager little beaver who believes that you have to suffer to learn something! I'm so sick of the shabbiness of these kinds of publications!
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3.0 von 5 Sternen MASSIVE BOOK full of details - not for the novice, 25. Juni 1999
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This book assumes that you have a good understanding of LDAP and Directory Services, The intro chapters do not cover many basic concepts, many terms are not explained until used several dozen times, and there is no glossary. If you don't know what 'dn: uid=joeb, ou=People, o=foo.com' means, you will get easily confused and frustrated by this book.
That said, this is an excellent reference book, contains many useful examples, and goes into great detail about LDAP and directory services.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The LDAP "bible"?... Yes., 28. Januar 1999
This long-awaited book definitively answers the question "Why is LDAP so important to Internet-based computing?" Furthermore, it answers the equally important questions concerning how to go about actually building LDAP-based solutions.
It very effectively describes LDAP as a strategic service, traces through complete details regarding design and implementation, and includes information on how small or large organizations can "survive" migration to directory-based computing.
Real-world practitioners will appreciate the sections on product selection, piloting an LDAP service, and costing. Finally, disaster recovery, long-term maintenance, monitoring, and application development in a directory-centric world complete the picture. As a bonus, several fairly deep case studies are presented, including very useful sidebars entitled "20/20 Hindsight".
For those of us who have lived through several large-scale LDAP designs/deployments, this book will be a great reference. For IT professionals and/or architects who are relatively new to the area, it will be invaluable.
The authors jokingly refer to the book as the "LDAP bible" - but that's not an altogether outlandish description.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen This book is a mess., 13. Mai 2000
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It is not suitable for either the beginner or the expert. It is disorganized. Specialized terms are used without being defined or before being defined. There are repeated digressions, for example a timeline that begins with the first TV Guide being published and ends with the number of internet hosts exceeding 36 million (pp 64). There is an enormous amount of superfluous material, bringing this book to 800+ pages for a "lightweight" protocol and requiring constant filtering on the part of the reader. The authors have a poor command of the English language, have little knowledge of organizational structure, and have difficulty following a single line of thought. The material is sometimes patronizingly simple ("A network is...") and other times it uses specialized directory terms that are never defined in the book. Overall, a disaster.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent book, 26. März 2000
I fully agree with aethyrnet. This is a very complete book. It is clearly aimed towards implementors and explains all they need to know. If you someone wants to understand the principles of the protocol or how to program with it there are better books, such as the ones by Barbara Wilkinson or John Rhoton. This book should be required reading for any system administrator in charge of an LDAP server. Why do it wrong when you can understand the concepts and get it right from the beginning?
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Not for programmers or existing ldap systems, no JNDI., 3. Februar 2000
I know it is focused on "understanding" and "deploying", and that there are other books specifically on programming it, but in 846 pages I would have liked to have more treatment of different use in real APIs. The explanations are too long winded for me, I usually got the point half way through and wished it would get on with it. All in all, I wanted a book that covered all of LDAP, I didn't want 3 different 800 page books. There is also basically zilch about JNDI.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen If you only buy one book on LDAP Directories..., 3. März 2000
...this should be the one! One of the best indepth discussions on the LDAP protocol and its uses I have read. This book is one of the few that I own on LDAP that has no dust on it, and the pages are fraying from beign thumbed so often...
While there isn't as much programming info that I would want, it is understandable, as teh book is quite indepth, and a programmer should be able to build on the knowledge he or she will gain from reading it.
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