OpenDS and DSEE 7 Offer Compression
By nwooler on Jan 22, 2010
This week we have been sharing the different ways customer's can use compression to improve performance and reduce cost within your Directory Server Enterprise Edition environment. On Wednesday, Brad Diggs, shared how customer's can use compression to reduce their storage footprint by 60%. Today, Ludo Poitou, Community Manager for OpenDS, wrote a great blog post on how to use compression in your OpenDS 2.2 instance. Ludo shows how OpenDS can reduce the overall size of your directory instance. He also gives pointers to how to configure in your directory environment.
Next week, Wajih Ahmed will be talking about how customer's can "Improving Import Speed Through ZFS Caching of LDIF import file". He will show import rate of ds7 and opends with and without primary and secondary cache disabled vs. enabled. This is another great example of the proven performance that Sun on Sun provides.