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Interoperability Goals A US Higher Ed Perspective. Brad Wheeler Assoc VP for Research & Academic Computing and Dean of IT Indiana University 22 September 2003 Ann Arbor, Michigan. Three Types of Inter-Op. Data Specifications, real standards Software Code Code mobility among institutions

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interoperability goals a us higher ed perspective

Interoperability GoalsA US Higher Ed Perspective

Brad Wheeler

Assoc VP for Research & Academic Computing and Dean of IT

Indiana University

22 September 2003

Ann Arbor, Michigan

three types of inter op
Three Types of Inter-Op
  • Data
    • Specifications, real standards
  • Software Code
    • Code mobility among institutions
  • Business Process
    • Mix/match participants in a business process
cms as one example
CMS as one Example

Textbook Integrationw/ Publishers

Special Character Sets

Math/Languages/Sciences

Sophisticated Assessment

Integration/Leverage

w/Enterprise Services

Research/CommitteeSupport

Current CMSOngoing Maintenance

Streaming Multi-media

Self-pacedTutorials

Workflow

Library Integration

Direct Manipulation User Interfaces

E-Portfolio

IMS/SCORM

Greater Personalization

How will Higher Ed meet these growing requirements for CMS functionality in a period of relatively flat resources?

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UI Rendered Via

Portal JSR 168

UI Rendered Via

Silo’d App

App

Tool 1

App

Tool 2

App

Tool 3

App

Tool …

Towards

Code

Mobility

Interop

Framework

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Data Standards

OKI OSID Local Implementations

Heterogeneous local systems

application development guiding principles
Application Development Guiding Principles

1. Standards:

  • IU will enhance our opportunities for code mobility among universities by architecting on a common layer of OKI services (OSIDs) as our baseline infrastructure for new IU applications. The complementary data standards will be based on IMS specifications (or other applicable data standards groups) whenever applicable. J2EE, AIX/Linux, and Oracle are the standards for enterprise-scale application development.

2. Sourcing:

  • For in-house developed systems, whenever possible, IU will participate in open source approaches – both importing existing solutions and exporting IU solutions. IU will partner with like-minded institutions whenever goals and resources align to share costs.
application development guiding principles cont
Application Development Guiding Principles (cont.)

3. Delivery:

  • IU will focus on personalized delivery of information services and activities via the OneStart Portal through an unbundled, Web services approach to application development.

4. Leverage:

  • IU will aggressively seek efficiencies in consolidation of redundant application services whenever feasible.
code mobility unlikely
Code Mobility…Unlikely
  • Local project passions
  • Tactics over strategy
  • Xyz…is better

…unless higher ed leaders choose to embrace the economic win of code mobility

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Interoperability GoalsA US Higher Ed Perspective

Brad Wheeler

Assoc VP for Research & Academic Computing and Dean of IT

Indiana University

22 September 2003

Ann Arbor, Michigan