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Sunday, October 14 • 11:15am - 3:30pm
(WITHDRAWN) #s2b: ISLE: Islandora Installation Simplified

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ISLE: Islandora Installation Simplified
Francesca Livermore(1), David Keiser-Clark(2), Benjamin Rosner(3), Diego Pino Navarro(4), Derek Merleaux(5)
1: Wesleyan University, United States of America; 2: Williams College, United States of America; 3: Barnard College, United States of America; 4: Metropolitan New York Library Council, United States of America; 5: Born Digital, United States of America
 
Islandora is an open source digital repository stack developed at the University of Prince Edward Island and now implemented and contributed to by an international community. 17 institutions working with a partner vendor, Born-Digital, are collaboratively creating a sustainable mode of installing, maintaining and updating Islandora that reduces dependencies on expert technical staff. Islandora Enterprise (ISLE) utilizes a set of Docker images to orchestrate an Islandora 7.x stack and keep its systems and services current, secure, and running with minimal effort. By design, ISLE separates an institution's data and customizations from its core systems, moving core components into Docker images. This simplifies and automates installation and maintenance for Islandora/Fedora environments. Individuals, institutions, and communities of practice all benefit: ISLE is an automated, reliable, redundant, and secure way to immediately use the Islandora stack to its fullest potential. ISLE continues to develop into a robust Docker ecosystem, introducing features and options that otherwise would require expert configuration.

The workshop will introduce the mechanics of ISLE, and use it to spin up a full Islandora 7.x stack (documentation and friendly ISLE teachers included).Participants with a wide variety of skill sets will be welcomed and supported in hands-on work with ISLE. Anyone who works with installation or maintenance of Islandora, people from small institutions with Islandora repositories, and folks considering migrating to Islandora are especially encouraged to attend. During the workshop, participants will find themselves engaging with other members of the community on a number of topics including future growth of ISLE to enhance features and deepen documentation. Participants need not have development skills to attend, but do need attention to detail and a willingness to follow instructions for working with the command line. A laptop is required. We will provide a positive learning environment.

While the workshop will focus on building a local development environment, ISLE also delivers a set of services and systems that are resilient, and ready to run a full Islandora stack to the highest production standards. For institutions considering migrating from a proprietary digital repository to a Fedora-based open source digital repository, ISLE offers an appealing jump-start alternative to manual installation of Islandora or other similar systems. For institutions already using Islandora, ISLE is expected to cut maintenance costs in half and improve overall security.

For more information about ISLE, see
https://github.com/Islandora-Collaboration-Group/ISLE/ and
https://islandora-collaboration-group.github.io/ISLE-Documentation/

For more information about Docker, see
https://docs.docker.com/v17.09/engine/docker-overview

Learning Outcomes
Attendees will gain a basic understanding of Docker, Docker images, and the Islandora stack.
Attendees will build an ISLE environment using Docker images and will leave with a functional Islandora environment for testing.
Attendees will build relationships via a very hands-on, iterative, and engaged workshop format and will leave with a cohort of contacts.

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Speakers
avatar for David Keiser-Clark

David Keiser-Clark

Academic Application Developer, Williams College
Williams College
avatar for Francesca Livermore

Francesca Livermore

digital projects librarian, wesleyan university
avatar for Derek Merleaux

Derek Merleaux

Senior Project Manager, Born-Digital
Working with technology & collections in academic libraries, archives, and museums is both my career and passion. I love to talk about collection digitization, collection management systems, and digital humanities. Previously at The Wolfsonian - Florida International University, and... Read More →
avatar for Diego Pino Navarro

Diego Pino Navarro

Software Developer, Metro.org
Software Engineer. Islandora (Release Manager), OWL, Ontologies, Semantics, LoD, IIIF, Graph traversal, Digital Preservation things, Serverless, Biology/DarwinCore, JSON-LD, Dogs, cooking, baking and Lego.
avatar for Benjamin Rosner

Benjamin Rosner

Senior Instructional Applications Developer, Barnard College


Sunday October 14, 2018 11:15am - 3:30pm
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Attendees (5)