RubySync is a tool for synchronizing part or all of your directory, database or application data with anything else. It's event driven so it will happily sit there monitoring changes and passing them on. Alternatively, you can run it in one-shot mode and simply sync A with B. You can configure RubySync to perform transformations on the data as it syncs. RubySync is designed both as a handy utility to pack into your directory management toolkit or as a fully-fledged provisioning system for your organization.
released on 13 November 2008
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