Created by Tim Howes and his colleagues at the University of Michigan, the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, or LDAP, is the sire of the modern directory service. JumpCloud has reimagined LDAP as LDAP-as-a-Service for today’s IT organizations.
What is LDAP-as-a-Service? The term LDAP-as-a-Service describes a subset of identity management solutions that offer LDAP functionality as a cloud-based service, rather than a traditional on-prem [...]
To compensate for the complexity of the identity management market, most organizations try and choose point solutions and get them to work well together. This approach makes a great deal of sense [...]
Why is SSO and LDAP integration interesting? Aren’t they sort of orthogonal concepts? In a perfect world, wouldn’t IT admins not care about protocols and simply enable their end users to login to [...]
Various trademarks held by their respective owners. JumpCloud Directory-as-a-Service patents include No. 9,641,530 and No. 10,057,266.