[rabbitmq-discuss] Multi tenancy
matt at mydomedia.com
Tue Dec 14 17:23:12 GMT 2010
> I think we talked about this before. I'm interested to note that it
> sounds like you're not so concerned about LDAP itself, as in having a
> way to manage large numbers of users / vhosts. Is that fair?
Yes the previous statement is true, what I really need ldap/auth backend is for user auth.
It seems the current state of the plugin would suffice my needs.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Simon MacMullen" <simon at rabbitmq.com>
To: rabbitmq-discuss at lists.rabbitmq.com
Sent: Tuesday, December 14, 2010 11:51:31 AM
Subject: Re: [rabbitmq-discuss] Multi tenancy
On 14/12/10 16:39, Matt Miller wrote:
> I had a similar issue; there exists an experimental ldap
> authentication/authorization plugin. It sounds promising but I have
> not got it to run on my system.
I'd describe it as more than experimental :) It's there as much as
anything to test a plugin mechanism for authentication / authorisation -
and that mechanism is itself experimental at the moment :)
Hopefully at some point in the future this will all get merged and then
the LDAP plugin will be a binary download like the others.
> LDAP also turned out to be a real
> pain.. slapd works great but the documentation is very confusing and
> convoluted as the distro specifics and implementation have been
That's quite true, slapd is pretty horrible to get started with.
> If interested you might want to try compiling the auth-ldap plugin
> and use Apache DS.
I think we talked about this before. I'm interested to note that it
sounds like you're not so concerned about LDAP itself, as in having a
way to manage large numbers of users / vhosts. Is that fair?
At the moment our plans for authentication / authorisation plugins
involve virtual hosts still residing inside RabbitMQ - only users and
permissions would be external. Would that work for your use case?
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