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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

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


Part III

Logical Design

A logical architecture identifies the components of a Directory Server Enterprise Edition deployment, and shows interrelationships between the components. Typically, use cases developed during the technical requirements phase indicate which components the deployment requires. However, the required components can often be derived directly from the business requirements.

This part provides sample logical architectures that are based on typical Directory Server Enterprise Edition deployment scenarios. The information in this part flows from a basic, single-server deployment to more complex deployments that span multiple data centers. The architectures discussed in the later chapters of this part build on the simpler architectures discussed in the earlier chapters.

This part includes the following chapters: