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Title of Session

Type

Presentation

Presenters

Chris Cuevas, University of Florida, airwalk@ufl.edu
Martin Smith, University of Florida, smithmb@ufl.edu

Date

15-Jun-2011

Time

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Room

Palos Verdes

Description

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As the University of Florida's Sakai implementation grows, our Sakai system has begun to regularly exceed 3,000 user sessions at any given time. This presentation will share some of the strategies for success (and failure) that the UF's Open Systems Group, the systems infrastructure team behind Sakai at UF, has used to manage our Sakai infrastructure. This presentation will provide an overview of our stratgies for backup, testing, monitoring, and sizing of our Sakai system. For each topic, we hope to broadly explain our design decisions and rationales for various parts of our Sakai infrastructure. We will also share some of our general designs for large, highly available, fault tolerant systems. This presentation will be mostly technical in nature.

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