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Part I Overview of Deployment Planning for Directory Server Enterprise Edition

1.  Introduction to Deployment Planning for Directory Server Enterprise Edition

2.  Business Analysis for Directory Server Enterprise Edition

Part II Technical Requirements

3.  Usage Analysis for Directory Server Enterprise Edition

4.  Defining Data Characteristics

5.  Defining Service Level Agreements

6.  Tuning System Characteristics and Hardware Sizing

7.  Identifying Security Requirements

8.  Identifying Administration and Monitoring Requirements

Part III Logical Design

9.  Designing a Basic Deployment

Basic Deployment Architecture

Basic Deployment Setup

Improving Performance in a Basic Deployment

Using Indexing to Speed Up Searches

Optimizing Cache for Search Performance

All Entries and Indexes Fit Into Memory

Sufficient Memory For 32-Bit Directory Server

Insufficient Memory

Optimizing Cache for Write Performance

10.  Designing a Scaled Deployment

11.  Designing a Global Deployment

12.  Designing a Highly Available Deployment

Part IV Advanced Deployment Topics

13.  Using LDAP-Based Naming With Solaris

14.  Deploying a Virtual Directory

15.  Designing a Deployment With Synchronized Data


Chapter 9

Designing a Basic Deployment

In the simplest Directory Server Enterprise Edition deployment, your directory service requirements can be fulfilled by a single Directory Server, installed on one machine, in a single data center. Such a scenario might occur in a small organization or if, you are running Directory Server for demonstration or evaluation purposes. Note that the technical requirements discussed in the previous chapters apply equally to all deployments.

This chapter describes a basic deployment, involving a single Directory Server. The chapter covers the following topics: