What are your data interoperability goals for 2019?
3 (Iowa City)
1 - To start conversations in my district about data standards
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2 - To test-drive the possibilities of data interoperability with minimal implementation
3 - To implement an operational data store (ODS) at my district
Mentor- To implement an operational data store (ODS) at my district
1 - Rowan-Salisbury
1 going on 2
1 (possbibly 2 but want to learn more before)
does your sql need to be its own instance or can it be a shared sql with other applications?
For on-premise installs, How is security in the app not handled by ed-fi the way it is in the cloud?
@Steve B — Stay tuned regarding security. That’s coming up next!
Do you have specs for system requirements for this server
Can you speak about how districts can leverage either a physical server or virtual server.
What if an API isn’t option what other secure options are out there for districts and vendors to ensure security.
What assessment vendors are capable of integrating with the ODS?
Stevie, reach out to me directly if you want to have a deeper security discussion.
John, capable? all of course ;-) There are several groups of districts working with many large and small vendors to make the API connections work. If you are asking about certifications, take a look at that on https://techdocs.ed-if.org
It says I need permission
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Illuminate Education and ACT are in the final stretch of their Ed-Fi development and certification work FYI (completing in next few weeks)
ACT representing Iowa City well :-)
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Certification is not required to work of course, just says that they have already done it successfully in other districts
Thanks everyone for taking the time toay