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In the present article, we are going to show a comparison about the most used open source LDAP servers

Name

Sponsor

License

Language

Platform

Supported RFCs

Replication

Administration tools

389 Directory Service

Red Hat

MPL/LGPL/GPL*

C

Linux, Solaris, HP-UX

Details here

Multi-master replication

Yes, a Java desktop client

Apache DS

Apache Software Foundation

Apache License 2

Java

Cross platform

Details here

Multi-master replication

Yes, the Apache Directory Studio

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[OpenDJ

http://www.opendj.org]

ForgeRock**

CDDL 1/OpenDS License

Java

Cross platform

[Details here

https://www.opends.org/wiki/page/SupportedStandards]

Multi-master replication

Yes [citation needed]

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OpenLDAP

OpenLDAP Foundation

OpenLDAP Public License

C

Cross platform

Details here

Multi-master replication, RFC 4533

No admin GUI

*Fedora project uses many third-party components. You could check the licensing details here

**OpenDJ is a fork of OpenDS, backed by Oracle. OpenDS has its own license

All directory services listed above support LDAPv3

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