From Conception to Production -- The Yale Sakai Story. Chuck Powell May 31, 2006. Agenda. Some history to help understand: Why we chose Sakai What we did to make it a good solution at Yale Culturally Technically “In the trenches” Why we’re headed in certain directions
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May 31, 2006
From: Chuck Powell
To: Lois BrooksDate: Nov 10 2003 - 3:10pm
Any chance I could set up a time to call and learn more about "Sachi (?), Saki (?)"? Intrigued at this end and would always rather be ahead of the wave rather than behind it.
From: Chuck PowellSent: Thursday, December 04, 2003 4:13 PMTo: Wheeler, Bradley C.Subject: Re: Announcing the Sakai Project and the Sakai Educational Partners Program
Please count Yale in as a SEPP member. I'll be the initial contact point.
Chuck> > Wheeler, Bradley C. wrote:> >>We believe the time is right for advancing a set of open source…
Date: May 18, 2006 4:34 PM EDT
From: Drew Mazurek email@example.com
We're now in production with 2.1.2. No need to respond if you receive this message. - Drew
Yale will deploy a next generation collaborative learning environment to provide excellent online support for the administration of courses, a rich set of tools to support teaching and learning and with integrated access to the emerging digital materials under development at the Library, museums and across Yale. Yale will develop and deploy an institutional strategy for continuous evolution of the learning environment to accommodate accelerating technology change and development of digital material.
Apache & Load Balancing
(Stengel & Ruth)
(Gehrig, Scooter, Guidry Winfield, Howard, Maris & Mantle)
Multiple Tomcat Sakai App Servers
(Torre & Jeter)
iSCSI SAN devices
Oracle Shared Server
To evaluate and adopt a next generation collaborative learning environment that will improve faculty and student access to and utilization of web-based services and capitalize on the campus investment in information and learning resources.