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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Mar 10, 2017

Allow Bluemix Dedicated to support multiple LDAP

As a CSI, I want to host multiple clients on the same Dedicated. To do so, I need to federate with multiple LDAPs.

  • Guest
    Mar 14, 2017

    Yes this is primarily in a reseller model for CSI.

  • Guest
    Mar 11, 2017

    So this is primarily in a reseller model as per our email conversation? How many clients are asking for this? Would a valid workaround be for the customer build their own LDAP server and handle authentication and authorization on behalf of their customers? They'd have to devise a mechanism to separate their customers with namespaces or similar abstractions.