FusionDirectory is a modern, efficient and secure Identity Management (IAM) solution.
The FusionDirectory project aim to fill this gap by providing a nice web application that allow you not only to manage your classical openldap data like users, groups, services... but also offer an API allowing to write new plugins to extent the application to be more useful to you.
Bundled with more than 50 plugins today ranging from users management to service management and systems management, everything managed trough you ldap server.
- User, group, roles , sudo ...
- French education support : Supann, Sinaps, PArtage de Renater
- Network services : SMTP / DNS / DHCP / Samba
and much more ...
FusionDirectory is user-friendly and includes a number of features and modes including:
- A copy and paste system
- Template mode for all objects stored with FusionDirectory
- Snapshot mode
- Dashboard (user, password, expiration of users, installation and deployment)
- trigger to create action on other systems after saving, modifying, removing
released on 13 June 2023
1 July 2019
License for the FusionDirectory code.
Leaders and contributors
|Benoit Mortier (Benoitm)||FusionDirectory Leader|
Resources and communication
|Users||Mailing List Subscribe||https://lists.fusiondirectory.org/wws/info/users|
|Developers||Mailing List Subscribe||https://lists.fusiondirectory.org/wws/info/developpers|
|Required to use||ldap server|
|Required to use||web server|
|Required to use||php 7.4|
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