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Connect to Active Directory using DDC SDK

In this post, I will cover a new Open Source Java SDK designed to simplify communication with Active Directory for small, medium and large projects.
DDC (Domain Directory Controller) is an SDK designed to simplify AD interaction for small, medium and large projects. DDC is a portable Java library provided with a friendly API, allowing you to quickly compose simple or complicated queries against AD's endpoints without any previous LDAP knowledge.

I had the pleasure to develop this SDK along with my colleges at Imperva. Now Imperva decided to make it available publicly as an Open Source project. The article was published by officially Imperva, you can find the full article here.

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