Investigate OwnCloud

Project Description

The request was initiated by Hans Erasmus

  • This service was identified as a possible solution for high-capacity end-user storage solution to replace current systems. It was also identified as a possible solution for researchers to store large data sets in a controlled, safe and secured environment, without breaking the law.

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Project Timing

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    Aug 08 2016
  • End
    Sep 16 2016

08/08/2016 09/16/2016

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1. Create scope of investigation Complete 100% Tasks 0 / 0

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All participants of this project needs to add their specific use-cases. These use-cases will ultimately determine the scope of this investigation. There will be a strict adherence to this scope, to ensure that no time will be wasted on unnecessary “nice-to-have’s”.

2. Compare use-cases and finalise scope Complete 100% Tasks 0 / 0

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There will be a verbal discussion regarding all use-cases entered in the previous phase. Here, we will also finalise the scope, and the subsequent testing will commence.

3. Test all use-cases included in final scope document Complete 100% Tasks 0 / 0

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Tests will be done on all use-cases that were included in the final scope document of this project. These tests will be setup using a pre-defined criteria.

4. Issue a report on findings Complete 100% Tasks 0 / 0

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The final report which needs to be sent back to management needs to be drawn up here.  This report will contain all of the information gathered during the investigation, as well as a recommendation as to which product to move forward with.

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Project Discussion 4 Responses to Investigate OwnCloud

  1. All basic functionality have been tested and ticked according to the checklist created during scope of project.

    September 16, 2016 at 10:59 am
    HANS ERASMUS
  2. Due to some circumstances, the report will be late. Hopefully it will be finalised at the latest Tuesday 20th of September 2016.

    September 15, 2016 at 3:26 pm
    HANS ERASMUS
  3. 07 Sept 2016: Due date of 09 Sept was moved to 16 Sept
    Reason: Trial license (File Cloud) is still outstanding, and the File Could system owner is on leave this week.

    September 7, 2016 at 4:10 pm
    YVETTE LABUSCHAGNE
  4. Preliminary tests have been done with an all-in-one installation of OwnCloud 9.0.4 regarding LDAP, CAS and Swift integration. Basic testing shows all of these service are compatible with relative ease of setup.

    August 17, 2016 at 11:53 am
    HANS ERASMUS

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