- Wiki, distribution list, and Subversion repository available - November 10, 2009
EdUnify is a universal registry and lookup service enabling automated procedures to find, determine, access, secure, request and reply data exchange calls. EdUnify will address:
� open and secure access of structured information managed across distributed databases.
� compatibility with existing technologies, tools and applications.
� enable development of new technologies, tools and applications.
� connect disparate systems, applications and technologies.
� leverage internet connectivity.
� abstract services to buffer physical properties underlying data sources.
� utilize a common framework, protocols and semantics accepted by industry stakeholders.
� communicate data and processes securely, reinforced by reuse.
The following use cases demonstrate how EdUnify will help constituents achieve their objectives. Dave Moldoff to provide initial use cases...Ed Hauser and Steve Wheat will review and edit them as well.
- Electronic Publishing of Academic Information
- Use Case 2
- Use Case 3
- EdUnify Subversion Repository
- Technical Design Documentation
- December 17/18, 2009