Tuesday 4th June, 2013
3:00pm to 3:45pm
The University of Michigan and UCT have both deployed Sakai 2.9 into production soon after it was released. During testing before, during and after deployment, numerous performance problems were discovered and resolved. This includes such things as:
This BOF is aimed at a technical audience to share the diagnostic and testing strategies and the lessons learned from 2.9 deployments at ours and other institutions.
Application Development Manager
Beth Kirschner has over twenty five years of experience in software development of online collaboration systems, grid computing, digital libraries, and industrial automation. She's been involved in the Sakai project since 2005 as both a developer and manager at the University of Michigan, with special interest in generalized solutions to local problems, using technology to augment but not impede academic teaching and learning, and internationalization. She has served as the chair of the Sakai CLE Technical Coordination Committee and been honored as a Sakai Fellow.
Lead Application Developer
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