MySQL and Enterprise Identity Management

Location: Ballroom G Level: Novice

Are you being asked to integrate your application into an enterprise identity management architecture? Come and hear from Nick Wooler and Ludo Poitou as they provide an overview of Identity Management and ways to use MySQL.
The session will cover Identity Manager, Sun’s leading Identity Management solution and ways to integrate with MySQL as identity repository and reporting database. The team will also discuss Sun’s leading Single-Sign-On, Federation and Single-Sign-on product and how to incorporate applications using MySQL into an enterprise security framework. Additionally, we will cover federation for customer’s wanting to leverage identities into the cloud for services like Google Apps, SugarCRM or use MySQL as an identity repository. And, we will also cover how to use Directory and MySQL as your identity stores within your enterprise. Users will also gleen information on:

  • Using OpenDS for MySQL Cluster, to provide an LDAP interface to MySQL Cluster. We will review how LDAP and MySQL Cluster data model are translated and how data can be access through multiple interfaces.
  • Using Sun Directory Proxy Server and its Virtual Directory Proxy (a component of Sun Directory Server Enterprise Edition) capability to consolidate under a virtual Directory Information Tree, LDAP entries with attributes handled in real-time in multiple MySQL and Directory Server backends.

Nick Wooler

Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Nick Wooler is the Product Line Manager for Directory Services on the Identity Management team at Sun Microsystems, Inc. Previously, Nick played a key role in the initial release of xVM Ops Center and Java ES portfolio model. Prior to joining Sun, Nick served as Senior Product Manager at CTB/McGraw-Hill, developing research-based online assessment software. In his career, he also served as Sr.Program Manager for iXL, UK Ltd., leading development teams which created internet business solutions for Fortune 500 companies, such as British Airways and Xerox. Nick received his MBA from Durham University Business School in England and his BA in Political Science from UCLA. Nick’s blog can be found at

Ludovic Poitou

Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Ludovic Poitou is the OpenDS community lead and a directory services architect at Sun.
For the past 13 years, he’s been designing and developing numerous aspects of Sun’s directory products—from management tools to protocols to security to multimaster replication.
Ludovic blogs on LDAP, directory services, OpenDS, and life at

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