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1 Race to the Top Technology Infrastructure and Services NC Education Cloud Phil Emer

2 Organization & Collaboration DPI Leadership Team RttT Technology Infrastructure Advisory Committee Project Management Site surveys and inventory Application workload testing RFP - vendor specifications advises SBE Collaborative Services Working Group Shared Services Working Group Digital Media and Licensing Working Group Program Director E-rate and CIPA Planning & Design LEA Working Groups DRAFT

3 Partner Organizations DPI The RttT Technology Project Team Rebecca Garland Cloud Services NEW Program Director Phil Emer NCSU ITng Lab The Friday Institute Instructional Tech Neill Kimrey Peter Asmar MCNC NC ITS PM Office Jerry Bunn Network & E-rate Ed Chase Data Systems Mike Veckenstedt Adam Levinson DRAFT NCVPS

4 Partner Roles PartnerScope of Work The Friday InstituteOverall project management Planning and design Systems architecture and engineering Total Cost of Ownership modeling MCNCLEA infrastructure and application surveys LEA Cloud migration engineering NCSU ITng LabApplication workload testing Measurement & monitoring tool dev. NC Information Technology ServicesStatewide licensing and procurement Provider SLA and contracts management NCVPSLMS RFP support Collaborative tool RFP support Learning object research and specification DRAFT

5 Budget Big Picture Expense Item4-year Budget DPI Cloud Services Manager [1 FTE]$0.4M Service provider contracts [including project management and planning] $16.1M Statewide software/content licensing$18.1M TOTAL$34.6M DRAFT

6 Provider Contracts Budget ProviderYear 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Total Friday Institute MCNC Various providers Totals Via task order per UNC system-DPI master agreement 2 Via existing DPI-MCNC services agreement 3 Multiple “cloud” providers selected via competitive procurement [Numbers in millions of US dollars] DRAFT

7 Statewide SW/content Budget SolutionYear 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Totals Learning Management System Web collaboration Identity Management Learning Objects Repository Totals [Numbers in millions of US dollars] DRAFT

8 NC Education Cloud Middleware Identity Cloud GW/broker Cost share Infrastructure Compute Storage Management Monitoring Platforms LMS Enterprise Apps Admin Apps DRAFT

9 NC Education Cloud Model DRAFT

10 Cloud-enabled LEA DRAFT Transition server, appliance, and network control infrastructure to the cloud

11 Infrastructure Blueprint Servers housed in Tier-4 data centers 24x7x365 monitoring and support Service Level Agreements with teeth Usage-based provisioning and billing Tiered data backup and recovery Near-real-time provisioning DRAFT

12 A Service Delivery Platform The NC Education Cloud is a service delivery platform for modern instructional and administration support systems Initial statewide services – Hosted i-series – MS and Google Enterprise – Learning Management System (LMS) – Web collaboration – Identity management DRAFT

13 Services Guiding Principles No state-managed source code Single Sign-on enabled (via SAML for instance) Open interfaces and API’s Software-as-a-service is the default choice Strict service level agreements DRAFT

14 The State will Conduct site surveys of LEA infrastructure, applications, and support Collaborate with LEAs to develop and implement a deployment and operating plan for the NC Education Cloud Deploy an NC Education Cloud infrastructure and service delivery platform DRAFT

15 LEAs Will Incorporate the state infrastructure NC Education Cloud elements into technology plans Adopt the infrastructure blueprint Provide and support student, teacher, administrator access to LMS, web collaboration, and related tools and services DRAFT

16 LEAs May Propose pilots based on existing or developing school, LEA, or regional models Request support related to pre-existing cloud- based service deployments Provide regional administrative and operating support for particular cloud-delivered services DRAFT

17 Questions? Contact: Program Lead - Phil Emer, DPI Lead – Ed Chase, (Technology directors will be invited to participate in a Webinar in early October to further clarify the Cloud Objectives and to answer questions) DRAFT


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