The SLAMD Distributed Load Generation Engine is a Java application that is designed to stress test and analyze the performance of network-based applications. This application was originally developed by Sun Microsystems, Inc. to benchmark and analyze the performance of LDAP directory servers. SLAMD is available as an open source application under the Sun Public License, an OSI-approved open source license. To obtain information about SLAMD, go to http://www.slamd.com/. SLAMD is also available as a java.net project. See https://slamd.dev.java.net/.
Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) supports accessing the Directory Server using LDAP and DSML v2 from Java applications. For information about JNDI, see http://java.sun.com/products/jndi/. The JNDI Tutorial contains detailed descriptions and examples of how to use JNDI. This tutorial is at http://java.sun.com/products/jndi/tutorial/.
Identity Synchronization for Windows uses Message Queue with a restricted license. Message Queue documentation is available at http://docs.sun.com/coll/1307.6.
Identity Synchronization for Windows works with Microsoft Windows password policies.
Information about password policies for Windows 2003, is available in the Microsoft documentation online.
Information about the Microsoft Certificate Services Enterprise Root certificate authority, is available in the Microsoft support documentation online.
Information about configuring LDAP over SSL on Microsoft systems, is available in the Microsoft support documentation online.