About this event
In 2020, the very basis of how education is delivered and operated fundamentally changed.
Due to lockdown restrictions, peak periods such as examinations, graduations, admissions, and clearing required a rapid change of delivery from on-premise to cloud. For example, examinations needed to be performed remotely at short notice and clearing call agents needed to work across distributed teams from home using software phone systems based on laptops.
Join Infuse, University of Exeter (UoE), King’s College London (KCL) and Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), as we take you through how all three successfully accelerated their digital transformation projects to cope with such changes.
In this presentation you will learn:
· How to radically accelerate your cloud adoption for Moodle and associated sub-systems, ensuring your migration plans go off without a hitch
· How to utilise load & performance testing on their KEATS (Moodle) system allowing your software to work better, faster & smarter
· How to re-architect Moodle allowing you to cope with high levels of traffic while improving performance
· How all three have successfully improved VLE performance to deliver better student outcomes
Nick has worked across multiple sectors of the IT industry from legal, transport and now software delivery and IT. As the Client Relationship Officer at Infuse his role has been to enable software and technology experts to spread their knowledge and expertise to the larger IT community.
Deliver software faster with fewer defects. Infuse is an IT services & solutions company based in London. For 20 years they have helped organisations around the world with their modern software delivery. Learn more about how they can help you too here.
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