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PDI Session - IT Directions at CSU. Pat Burns, VP for IT 11:00 – 11:50 AM January 7, 2010. Outline. Administrative Computing Academic Computing Networking Communications Technologies L earning Management S ystems Other Instructional Technologies A ccess to Central D ata Q&A.

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pdi session it directions at csu

PDI Session - IT Directions at CSU

Pat Burns, VP for IT

11:00 – 11:50 AM

January 7, 2010

outline
Outline
  • Administrative Computing
  • Academic Computing
  • Networking
  • Communications Technologies
  • Learning Management Systems
  • Other Instructional Technologies
  • Access to Central Data
  • Q&A
administrative computing
Administrative Computing
  • Kuali Financial System
    • Implemented July 1, 2009
    • Will be in ‘sweep up’ mode for awhile
    • ‘Community Source’ saved $millions
  • Kuali Coeus research management system
    • In development
    • Will implement module by module staring Fall 10
  • Banner Document Management System (BDMS)
    • Project for Spring 10: imaging, organization, work flow
academic computing
Academic Computing
  • Academic Computing and Networking Services
    • Proposed transition to CSU Libraries to deal with the ‘tsunami’ of data impinging upon us
  • Present focus on efficiencies and robustness
  • Federated identity management – shibboleth (shib) deployed
    • Need an Identity and Access Management system
  • NSF funded ISTeC HPC system – RFP ‘on the street’
  • NSF proposal for a digital repository for research data submitted in August
networking
Networking
  • Have adequate Internet capacity at the FRGP
    • Commodity and R&E networks
    • Need additional WAN capacity (in process)
  • Capacity upgrades needed in the LAN
    • Three-tier model: central, building, edge (user)
    • A six year refresh cycle
    • Proposed a new cost recovery model based upon FTE to permit capacity upgrades
  • Have ceased rescanning for SSNs and CCNs
  • Wireless upgrades in progress
communications technologies
Communications Technologies
  • Next generation includes
    • Transport over the ‘internet’
    • Telephone (softphone clients very attractive)
    • Unified messaging
    • Federated (agnostic) instant messaging
    • Multipoint conferencing: audio, video, web
    • Collaboration
    • Email/calendar
    • Mobility
    • Presence
  • Exploring Community Source SIPXecs & OCS
learning management s ystems
Learning Management Systems
  • Our most visible, used system (~7k sim. users)
  • A significant struggle with BlackBoard CE6
    • Very poor support from the vendor
    • Expensive
    • Difficult and staff intensive to operate
    • 1-page support documents developed (H1N1…)
  • Forced transition in 2011 – a big change
    • Exploring BB CE 9 & Community Source sakai
    • FCCT&L engaged in the discussion
architecture
Architecture

Front end

(13 total nodes)

Web &

Application

Server

Web &

Applicion

Server

Web &

Application

Server

Back end

.

.

.

Load

Balancer

Oracle

Database

Server

Internet

Load

Balancer

Web &

Application

Server

Users

Learning Object

Database

Courses, workshops,

seminars

other instructional technologies
Other Instructional Technologies
  • In 146 GA classrooms
    • UTFAB (student) funded
    • 5-yr. refresh for computer projection – no upgrades for document cameras
    • 126 of 148 done (85%) by end of FY 2010
    • Adding 7-12 rooms per year (3 more years…)
  • Now installing HD systems
    • Higher resolution (to match current video cards)
    • 16x9 format, some ‘split screen’
  • Now know how to configure large classrooms
    • Johnson Hall, AIB, …
access to central d ata
Access to Central Data
  • New managed, decentralized access to central data
    • Approved by the ITEC Dec. 8, 2009
  • ‘People’ classifications
    • Data Authority (for each System of Record)
    • Data Stewards (in colleges/ divisions)
    • Data Users
  • Data classifications
    • Protected data – ‘business’ data
    • Restricted data – ‘sensitive’ data
    • Private data – SSNs, CCNs, personnel records, etc.
flow diagram
Flow Diagram

Data Systems

of Record (SORs)

Data Authorities - DAs

Data Stewards - DSs

Data Users - DUs

Data

Store

FAMIS

Research

Admiss.

Advance

CSUF

KFS

Aries

HR

  • Protected
  • Restricted
  • Private

F

E

E

D

S

DAs

DSs

DUs

ODS &

eThority

data access model
Data Access Model
  • Direct access
    • ODBC calls (e.g. MS Access)
  • Web access
    • Oracle Discoverer
  • Business intelligence
    • eThority (CVMBS)
    • Proposal to the Executive Committee of cabinet to fund the increments for a site license
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Q&A
  • At your convenience
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