Information technology tools and resources at the UW
Linux Directory Infrastructure Service (LDI)
The core feature of LDI is that the directory stores and provides user account and group data which is synchronized with UW data sources for groups (Groups Web Service) and users (Person Web Service). This allows integration of Linux clients with common UW user data. Each campus unit which consumes LDI has a delegated organizational unit in the directory, has control over the synchronization process, and ability to add unit specific directory information.
The LDI service is often used in conjunction with the Kerberos service to provide authentication. Details can be seen by following the link in the Additional Information section below.
This is an IT-to-IT service intended for use by campus units as a building block for IT infrastructure.
How to Order
Email email@example.com, and include "Linux Directory Infrastructure" in the subject line. See the link in the Additional Information section for guidance on what information to provide.
Service is available 24 hours per day 7 days a week. Support is available during business hours (see Support Information below).
LDI is a service of UW-IT supported by Standard Managed Server and offered at no cost to campus units.
Service Level Description
LDI is targeted as an always available service with minimal downtime. Systems are monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for disruptions. On-call staff are available for outage resolution. User support is available during business hours only.
Additional user documentation is available on the LDI support page.
In-person: UW Tower C3
Last Review Date: 05/11/2017