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The Business Case for Kuali Rice

Kuali Rice
Your Presenters
         Bill Yock – Vice-Chair, Kuali Rice
             University of Washington

   Tony DiSanza, Innova...
About Innovativ
Innovativ Consulting Partners is one of
the leading education consultants in the
country.

Our team has be...
Presentation Purpose
 “Doing more with less” has been in our lexicon for several decades. Higher
Education is impacted in ...
EDUCAUSE Current Issues
                                All Institutions- Strategic Importance
                           ...
Single Most Important Issue Facing My University is…

     All       Public       Private    Public 4-yr Private 4-yr Comm...
How can Kuali software address these issues?

• Entry point for software - $0
• Industry-standard skills – thus avoiding n...
How has Kuali Rice been used?
Sample of Kuali Rice applications that have been built:

Extending ERP Systems:             ...
What is Kuali software?

                       Kuali Financials

                                               Kuali Coe...
What is Kuali Rice?

The Kuali Rice software provides an enterprise class middleware suite of
integrated services that all...
Rice Components

KNS - Kuali Nervous System
KSB - Kuali Service Bus
KEW - Kuali Enterprise Workflow
KEN - Kuali Enterprise...
Rice Ingredients




                   Slide 12
What is the Business Value for the
 Kuali Rice Suite?
• Development Ease of Use - quick references and lookups, templates
...
What is the Business Value for the
Kuali Rice components?
• KEW – Kuali Enterprise Workflow
   Quick development and auto...
What is the Business Value for the
Kuali Rice components?
• KNS – Kuali Nervous System
   – Rapid application development ...
Why Try Rice?
  Because it’s Tasty?
  By using the Rice framework, application and service developers can use a
    common...
Rice Implementation Example




                 Slide 17
Rice Licensing
Educational Community License, version 2.0
http://www.opensource.org/licenses/ecl2.php
http://www.osedu.org...
Rice Roadmap: Release Timeline
Pervasive
Themes
                 Kuali Business Drivers             Service Orientation   ...
Rice Roadmap: Release Timeline
 Pervasive
 Themes
                       Kuali Business Drivers            Service Orienta...
Rice Roadmap: Release Timeline
 Pervasive
 Themes
                       Kuali Business Drivers            Service Orienta...
Who’s Using Rice?
Every school that has a Kuali product in production, will be using Rice!

 2009                         ...
Who’s Using Rice?
Custom Application Deployments:

  Kuali Members                          Non-Kuali
  Cornell University...
How is Rice Being Used?

• Proof of Concepts:
  – Enterprise Workflow
  – Identity Management
• Re-Platforming a commercia...
Rice Workflow for your HRMS system
An Alternative to upgrading to a commercial HRMS system




                      India...
Kuali Rice at one University:

Custom Developed Travel Solution:
Why KEW?
• Lightweight
• Fully functional and configurabl...
Kuali Rice at one University:

The eTravel App
•Java app, using Java Server Faces
•Web Services Integration to PS Financia...
Kuali Rice Example - KEW
                                                                                                 ...
eTravel System




                 Slide 29
What Does It Cost To Use Rice?
To License Rice – $0 The software license is free as are the updates. There is no
vendor ma...
Why Not use Rice?

• Several arguments:
  – My School uses x for ERP
  – My institution is Microsoft/IBM/etc centric
  – M...
Alternatives to Rice

Commercial Middleware     Identity Management:
Solutions:                •Microsoft, Oracle, Sun, No...
Total Cost of Ownership?




   Source: http://www.netc.org/openoptions/pros_cons/tco.html

  The Kuali community has dram...
Commercial Software Costs
                                                                         Release                ...
TCO of Open Source DBMS




                Source: http://www.mysql.com/tcosavings/

                Slide 35
Will Rice cure what ails you?

• Rice is maturing and growing
• Encouraging Community participation and
  adoption
• Many ...
Entry Points
Trial Project #1 – Proof of Concept

• Several alternatives
  – Custom Application on Rice
  – New GUI for legacy applicat...
Trial Project #2 – Identity Management

• Integrate KIM with authentication service
  – Released w/ integration to CAS
  –...
Trial Project #3 – Infrastructure Coexistence

• Rice is delivered supporting
  – MySql, Oracle RDBMS
  – Centos, Redhat L...
How to get started
Download : Rice 1.0.1, Kuali Financials 3.0, Kuali Coeus 1.1
http://kuali.org/download-form

Tools that...
Want to learn more about Kuali ?
• To learn more about Kuali –      • Edu1World
  www.kuali.org
• To learn more about Kual...
References
Campus Computing 2008
The 19th National Survey of Computing and Information
Technology in American Higher Educa...
Q&A




  Innovativ Consulting Partners
      Tony DiSanza - Managing Director
             Tony@InnovativCP.com
         ...
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“Doing more with less” has been in our lexicon for several decades. Higher Education is impacted in a very real way. Declining funding from states/donors, endowments and increasing costs have forced Universities to look at all avenues to manage Institutional budgets.

This session will address how Kuali software, and more specifically Kuali Rice, will help an organization realize value, such as:

Saving Money – avoiding costs, reduction of costs
Extending legacy applications – commercial or custom-built
Promote innovation - across the enterprise and within the community

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  1. 1. The Business Case for Kuali Rice Kuali Rice
  2. 2. Your Presenters Bill Yock – Vice-Chair, Kuali Rice University of Washington Tony DiSanza, Innovativ Consulting Partners Mitch Dysart, Innovativ Consulting Partners Slide 2 Slide 2
  3. 3. About Innovativ Innovativ Consulting Partners is one of the leading education consultants in the country. Our team has been delivering solutions to the Higher Education industry for more than fifteen years. We believe Open Source ERP has a place within Higher Education. Open Source solutions can serve as a complement to commercial software that would ultimately allow the organization to realize value Slide 3
  4. 4. Presentation Purpose “Doing more with less” has been in our lexicon for several decades. Higher Education is impacted in a very real way. Declining funding from states/donors, endowments and increasing costs have forced Universities to look at all avenues to manage Institutional budgets. This session will address how Kuali software, and more specifically Kuali Rice, will help an organization realize value, such as: • Saving Money – avoiding costs, reduction of costs • Extending legacy applications – commercial or custom-built • Promote innovation - across the enterprise and within the community Slide 4
  5. 5. EDUCAUSE Current Issues All Institutions- Strategic Importance Strategic Importance response % rank Funding IT 55.8% 1 Administrative / ERP / information systems 39.8% 2 Security 33.9% 3 Infrastructure/cyberinfrastructure 26.5% 4 Teaching and learning with technology 26.3% 5 Identity / access management 23.4% 6 Governance, organization, and leadership for IT 22.6% 7 Disaster recovery / business continuity 22.3% 8 Agility/adaptibility/responsiveness 19.0% 9 Learning management systems 18.2% 10 Source 2009 EDUCAUSE Current Issues Survey Results Slide 5
  6. 6. Single Most Important Issue Facing My University is… All Public Private Public 4-yr Private 4-yr Community Institutions Universities Universities Colleges Colleges Colleges Network & Hiring / Network & Network & Network & Network & Data Security Retaining IT Data Security Data Security Data Security Data Security (20.3%) Staff (29.3%) (29.9%) (21.7%) (19.8%) (21.3%) Hiring / Upgrade / Upgrade / Hiring / Hiring / Hiring / Retaining IT Replace ERP Replace ERP Retaining IT Retaining IT Retaining IT Staff (16.7%) (17.3%) (15.9%) Staff (17.0%) Staff and Staff (16.4%) Instructional Instructional Instructional Instructional Distance Ed / User Support Integration Integration Integration Integration User Support (11.4%) (tie 13.0 %) (11.9%) (13.3%) (13.6%) / Instruction (tie 10.4 %) Source: Campus Computing Survey 2008 Slide 6
  7. 7. How can Kuali software address these issues? • Entry point for software - $0 • Industry-standard skills – thus avoiding niche specialization • Maintenance Costs reduced - Zero fees, easier upgrades • Peer Support - built by higher education, for higher education Slide 7
  8. 8. How has Kuali Rice been used? Sample of Kuali Rice applications that have been built: Extending ERP Systems: Custom-built systems: • Timekeeping system • Travel systems • HR hire, terminate • Traffic Systems • HR pay raise, additional pay • Inventory Control Workflow • Travel pre-travel authorizations • Motor Pool request • Travel reimbursements, etc. • College Request for Absence • Add/Drop Course • Faculty Annual Reporting • Schedule of Classes Service Oriented Architecture • Grade Change Flexible Integration • Safeword Card Request Enterprise Workflow Solutions • Health Center appointment requests • Data Access Request Consistent Identity Management Slide 8
  9. 9. What is Kuali software? Kuali Financials Kuali Coeus Kuali Student (Research Admin) Kuali Rice Incubating Projects Kuali OLE (Open Library Env) Kuali HR Kuali BI Kuali Ready (Business Continuity) Slide 9
  10. 10. What is Kuali Rice? The Kuali Rice software provides an enterprise class middleware suite of integrated services that allows for applications to be built in an agile fashion. It also includes application development frameworks allowing developers to react to end-user business requirements in an efficient and productive manner, so that they can produce high quality business applications. Kuali Rice is not only the foundation building blocks for all the other Kuali applications but is also designed to be used in non-Kuali applications across multiple business domains. http://rice.kuali.org/ Slide 10
  11. 11. Rice Components KNS - Kuali Nervous System KSB - Kuali Service Bus KEW - Kuali Enterprise Workflow KEN - Kuali Enterprise Notification KIM - Kuali Identity Management Slide 11
  12. 12. Rice Ingredients Slide 12
  13. 13. What is the Business Value for the Kuali Rice Suite? • Development Ease of Use - quick references and lookups, templates and scaffolds, auto code generation • Ease of Implementation – standard configuration files, global parameters, parsers and ingesters, wrappers and API integrations • Modularity – loosely coupled components, reusability, swappability • Industry Standards – leverage Java standards, tools and conventions • Project Standardization – standard naming conventions, documentation, messaging and error handling • Version Compatibility – backward compatibility, cross product compatibility with other Kuali software • Service Orientation – technology neutral APIs, standard service operations, standard message protocols Slide 13
  14. 14. What is the Business Value for the Kuali Rice components? • KEW – Kuali Enterprise Workflow  Quick development and automation of manual paper-based business processes  Easy integration with existing legacy ERP systems and other Kuali software • KIM – Kuali Identity Management  Supports easy integration with existing IdM authentication infrastructures  Full featured authorization services (principles, groups, permissions, roles, etc.) Slide 14
  15. 15. What is the Business Value for the Kuali Rice components? • KNS – Kuali Nervous System – Rapid application development framework – Works in conjunction with other standard Java open source frameworks and tools (i.e. Spring, Struts, Eclipse, etc.) • KSB – Kuali Service Bus  Lightweight and easy to use service bus  Works in conjunction with other standard open source service and web application servers (i.e. Apache Tomcat, Apache CXF, etc.) Slide 15
  16. 16. Why Try Rice? Because it’s Tasty? By using the Rice framework, application and service developers can use a common development paradigm to promote rapid development that isolates many of the complications inherent to standard J2EE development. The Rice middleware framework provides a level of infrastructure abstraction allowing application and service developers to focus on solving business problems rather than wrestling with the technology used to enable those solutions. Rice ensures a consistent model for development which allows for the breakdown of monolithic applications into smaller application modules and services that enables enterprise integration one another. Slide 16
  17. 17. Rice Implementation Example Slide 17
  18. 18. Rice Licensing Educational Community License, version 2.0 http://www.opensource.org/licenses/ecl2.php http://www.osedu.org/licenses/ The Educational Community License version 2.0 ("ECL") consists of the Apache 2.0 license, modified to change the scope of the patent grant in section 3 to be specific to the needs of the education communities using this license. The original Apache 2.0 license can be found at: http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 “grants to You a perpetual, worldwide, non-exclusive, no-charge, royalty-free, irrevocable (except as stated in this section) patent license to make, have made, use, offer to sell, sell, import, and otherwise transfer the Work” Slide 18
  19. 19. Rice Roadmap: Release Timeline Pervasive Themes Kuali Business Drivers Service Orientation Integration with Kuali Applications Version 1.0 Version 1.1 Version 1.2 Version 2.0 Key Initial Launch Version Compatibility Ease of Implementation Modularity Version Themes v1.0.x Patch Releases Industry Standards Project Standardization Leverage existing Open Source Solutions Calendar 2009 2010 2011 2012 Degree of Certainty Projected Q4 2009 Milestones Rice 1.01 Q2 2010 Q4 2010 As of Release Rice 1.02 Rice 1.1 Nov 2009 Release Release Q2 2011 Rice 1.2 Forward compatibility Release 2012 Rice 2.0 Release KFS 3.0 KFS 3.x KFS 4.0 Continued Support for Kuali App KS 1.0 KS 1.x KS 1.x Kuali Application Releases Support KC 1.x KC 2.0 KC 2.x Slide 19
  20. 20. Rice Roadmap: Release Timeline Pervasive Themes Kuali Business Drivers Service Orientation Integration with Kuali Applications Version 1.0 Version 1.1 Version 1.2 Version 2.0 Key Initial Launch Version Compatibility Ease of Implementation Modularity Version Themes v1.0.x Patch Releases Industry Standards Project Standardization Leverage Existing Open Source Solutions Calendar Version 1.0 .x 2009 Version 1.1 2010 Version 1.2 2011 Version 2.0 2012 Degree of Certainty • Kuali Identity Management • Complete API Module • Modularize the Kuali • Automated Database Desired • Convert KEW screens • Framework Compatibility Nervous System (KNS) Generation Projected to use KNS 2009 Features Q4 • Spring 2.5 Framework • WYSIWIG Workflow Editor • Modularity (SOA, OSGI, Milestones• Reduce Code1.01 Rice Duplication • Java Q2 2010 Persistence API - Q4 2010 • Workflow Escalation ProjectBuild) As of Rice 1.02 • Project Structure Release Rice 1.1 Replace OJB with JPA Release • Action List Improvements • Update Operations for KIM Please see Nov 2009 Release Improvements • PDF Plug In • Document 2011 Q2 Search • Localization Features current Rice 1.2 • Database Object Name • FERPA, FIPPA Compliance Forward compatibility Improvements Release • DROOLS Business Rules 2012 roadmaps Standardization Upgrades • Standardize Configuration • Kuali Entity Management Rice 2.0 and status Release • Improved Documentation • XML Import/Export Parameter Names • Kuali Organization reports for • Context Sensitive Help KFS 3.0 KFSExpanded functionality 3.x KFS 4.0 • Standardize Service NamesSupport for Continued Management updates Kuali App KS 1.0 KS 1.x Management screens KS 1.x • Doc Search Enhancements • KIM • Document Type Kuali Application • Formal Published Service Releases Support KC 1.x KC 2.0 KC 2.x • Rice Portal • Research KIM Modularity Delegation Features Contracts • Administrative Tools Slide 20
  21. 21. Rice Roadmap: Release Timeline Pervasive Themes Kuali Business Drivers Service Orientation Integration with Kuali Applications Version 1.0 Version 1.1 Version 1.2 Version 2.0 Key Initial Launch Version Compatibility Ease of Implementation Modularity Version Themes v1.0.x Patch Releases Industry Standards Project Standardization Leverage Existing Open Source Solutions Calendar Version 1.0 .x 2009 Version 1.1 2010 Version 1.2 2011 Version 2.0 2012 Degree of Certainty • Kuali Identity Management • Complete API Module • Modularize the Kuali • Automated Database Desired • Convert KEW screens • Framework Compatibility Nervous System (KNS) Generation Projected to use KNS 2009 Features Q4 • Spring 2.5 Framework • WYSIWIG Workflow Editor • Modularity (SOA, OSGI, Milestones• Reduce Code1.01 Rice Duplication • Java Q2 2010 Persistence API - Q4 2010 • Workflow Escalation ProjectBuild) As of Rice 1.02 • Project Structure Release Rice 1.1 Replace OJB with JPA Release • Action List Improvements • Update Operations for KIM Please see Nov 2009 Release Improvements • PDF Plug In • Document 2011 Q2 Search • Localization Features current Rice 1.2 • Database Object Name • FERPA, FIPPA Compliance Forward compatibility Improvements Release • DROOLS Business Rules 2012 roadmaps Standardization Upgrades • Standardize Configuration • Kuali Entity Management Rice 2.0 and status Release • Improved Documentation • XML Import/Export Parameter Names • Kuali Organization reports for • Context Sensitive Help KFS 3.0 KFSExpanded functionality 3.x KFS 4.0 • Standardize Service NamesSupport for Continued Management updates Kuali App KS 1.0 KS 1.x Management screens KS 1.x • Doc Search Enhancements • KIM • Document Type Kuali Application • Formal Published Service Releases Support KC 1.x KC 2.0 KC 2.x • Rice Portal • Research KIM Modularity Delegation Features Contracts • Administrative Tools Slide 21
  22. 22. Who’s Using Rice? Every school that has a Kuali product in production, will be using Rice! 2009 2010 Colorado State University of Arizona Naval Postgraduate Michigan State University San Joaquin Delta College Cornell University University of Southern California Indiana University Many more to follow… Slide 22
  23. 23. Who’s Using Rice? Custom Application Deployments: Kuali Members Non-Kuali Cornell University University of Connecticut Indiana University Illinois State University University of California – Davis The Ohio State University University of Hawaii University of Illinois University of California – San Diego Slide 23
  24. 24. How is Rice Being Used? • Proof of Concepts: – Enterprise Workflow – Identity Management • Re-Platforming a commercial HCM & Financials solution • Custom Applications to initiate adoption of SOA Principles Slide 24
  25. 25. Rice Workflow for your HRMS system An Alternative to upgrading to a commercial HRMS system Indiana University uses Rice for PeopleSoft integration with a processing load of more than 5,000 workflows routed per day, more than 15,000 actions taken per day and have between 1,200 – 2,000 concurrent users at any given time. Slide 25
  26. 26. Kuali Rice at one University: Custom Developed Travel Solution: Why KEW? • Lightweight • Fully functional and configurable • SOAP compliant • Community Source • Completely Embeddable Slide 26
  27. 27. Kuali Rice at one University: The eTravel App •Java app, using Java Server Faces •Web Services Integration to PS Financials •Pull vendors, chartfield, people •Interactive GL combo edit •Push payments •Web Services integration to KEW •User security stored in PS Slide 27
  28. 28. Kuali Rice Example - KEW PeopleSoft Apache/Tomcat CXF Web Run SQL’s in PeopleSoft DB SOAP Services PS Web Server OSU Travel 1. Initiate Travel Request App Client Browser 2. Approve Travel Request 3. Inquire Travel Request Component Interface PS App Server Kuali RICE (KEW) Workflow Data Autosys Batch Authentication & Travel Application Data JVM Send (workflow) email PS DB SQL 1. Travel Reimbursement PREP 2. Inquire approved Travel Request Shibbloleth SMTP Rice DB & Travel DB Client Browser Slide 28
  29. 29. eTravel System Slide 29
  30. 30. What Does It Cost To Use Rice? To License Rice – $0 The software license is free as are the updates. There is no vendor maintenance cost. It also runs on other open source components (i.e. Linux, MySQL, etc.) To Implement Rice - roughly the same as for similar commercial products. Slide 30
  31. 31. Why Not use Rice? • Several arguments: – My School uses x for ERP – My institution is Microsoft/IBM/etc centric – My organization has outsourced the operations of its applications – I’ll wait until the product is mature – FUD (Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt) Slide 31
  32. 32. Alternatives to Rice Commercial Middleware Identity Management: Solutions: •Microsoft, Oracle, Sun, Novell, etc •Oracle – Fusion Workflow: •Microsoft - Biztalk •Embedded in ECM, applications, •IBM – Websphere, Tibco portals And more •Embedded in documentation management and imaging systems •BPEL engines in Oracle, IBM, etc. Slide 32
  33. 33. Total Cost of Ownership? Source: http://www.netc.org/openoptions/pros_cons/tco.html The Kuali community has dramatically rallied to reduce implementation and support costs! Slide 33
  34. 34. Commercial Software Costs Release Open Software Software Creator Edition Cost (USD) Date source license BizTalk Server Microsoft 2006 2006 $34,999 per processor[2] No proprietary Oracle BPEL Process 10.1.2.0. [4] 23-Jan-06 No proprietary Manager Oracle Corporation 2 $50,000 per processor[5] Oracle Enterprise Oracle Corporation 10.1.3.1 ? No proprietary Service Bus[4] $10,550[6] Sun Java Composite $100 per employee per year Application Platform Sun Microsystems 6 Jun-08 subscription, perpetual per proprietary Suite socket licensing available[8] No[9] WebSphere Enterprise Service IBM 6.1.2.0 21-Dec-07 No proprietary Bus $250 per Value Unit[10] $85,000 enterprise edition, $25,000 starter edition (up WebSphere Message IBM 6.1.0.2 19-Dec-07 to ten message flows), No proprietary Broker $15,000 remote adapter hosting edition WebSphere Process IBM 6.1.2.0 Dec-07 No proprietary Server 850 per Value Unit[10] Slide 34 Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_business_integration_software
  35. 35. TCO of Open Source DBMS Source: http://www.mysql.com/tcosavings/ Slide 35
  36. 36. Will Rice cure what ails you? • Rice is maturing and growing • Encouraging Community participation and adoption • Many interested parties looking for alternatives Slide 36
  37. 37. Entry Points
  38. 38. Trial Project #1 – Proof of Concept • Several alternatives – Custom Application on Rice – New GUI for legacy application – Demonstrate Enterprise workflow Slide 38
  39. 39. Trial Project #2 – Identity Management • Integrate KIM with authentication service – Released w/ integration to CAS – Underway: • integration to Shibboleth Slide 39
  40. 40. Trial Project #3 – Infrastructure Coexistence • Rice is delivered supporting – MySql, Oracle RDBMS – Centos, Redhat Linux • Other desired support – Websphere, DB2, etc Slide 40
  41. 41. How to get started Download : Rice 1.0.1, Kuali Financials 3.0, Kuali Coeus 1.1 http://kuali.org/download-form Tools that Innovativ can provide: •Innovativ’s Instant Rice - Fully configured Virtual Machine to download •Virtual environment – if you don’t have the hardware Slide 41
  42. 42. Want to learn more about Kuali ? • To learn more about Kuali – • Edu1World www.kuali.org • To learn more about Kuali Rice Open Source Community http://rice.kuali.org/ Document Library • Kuali Rice Documentation • Kuali Days Presentations • Building the Business Case for Kuali Slide 42
  43. 43. References Campus Computing 2008 The 19th National Survey of Computing and Information Technology in American Higher Education Informationweek, 'Free' software makes economic sense MySQL TCO Calculator By Thomas Claburn, January 17, 2007 http://www.mysql.com/tcosavings/ http://www.informationweek.com/shared/printableArticle.jhtml ;jsessionid=WQOEL4JETN4B3QE1GHRSKH4ATMY32JVN?articleID Security: An Apples-To-Open Comparison? =196901596 By Serdar Yegulalp, Sep 9, 2009 http://www.informationweek.com/blog/main/archives/2009/09 Is There Such a Thing as Free Software? The Pros and Cons of /security_an_app.html;jsessionid=31UYFVGGIRD1LQE1GHPSKH4 Open-Source Software ATMY32JVN By Thomas J. Trappler, 2009 http://www.educause.edu/EDUCAUSE+Quarterly/EDUCAUSEQu Wikipedia arterlyMagazineVolum/IsThereSuchaThingasFreeSoftwar/17457 http://www.wikipedia.org/ 5 Kuali Foundation Magic Quadrant for Application Infrastructure for New http://www.kuali.org Systematic SOA Application Projects 19 December 2008 Yefim V. Natis, Massimo Pezzini, Jess Kuali Rice Thompson, Kimihiko Iijima, Daniel Sholler http://rice.kuali.org/ Gartner RAS Core Research Note G00163409 http://mediaproducts.gartner.com/reprints/microsoft/vol3/articl e6/article6.html Slide 43
  44. 44. Q&A Innovativ Consulting Partners Tony DiSanza - Managing Director Tony@InnovativCP.com 800-787-1889 x 102 Slide 44
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