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Why Drupal 8 Is a Game Changer for Higher Education

Want to learn more about Acquia’s products, services, and happenings in the Drupal Community? Visit our site: http://bit.ly/yLaHO5.

In today’s rapidly changing education landscape, having a digital platform that can adapt to support your institution’s strategic initiatives is absolutely a key business requirement. Drupal is the most widely used content management system in higher education. It has provided schools with the foundation they need to quickly respond to the digital needs of their audiences and innovate faster than the competition. The future of Drupal is more exciting than ever with Drupal 8 being readied for general release by the Drupal community. Drupal 8 is the most powerful Drupal release yet with new capabilities not just for developers, but content authors, digital marketers, site builders and designers as well. From its mobile-first approach to its out-of-the-box feature set, Drupal 8 can give higher education a definite edge.

Acquia, the leading provider of Drupal support and infrastructure to the higher education industry, recently announced full commercial support for Drupal 8. In this webinar we’ll learn what the future of Drupal means for higher education and how Acquia can help your school take advantage of it.

In this webinar, you’ll hear:
-Why Drupal 8 is better than Drupal 6 and 7
-The reason Drupal 8 is a great fit for higher education
-What the learning curve is when moving to Drupal 8
-How Acquia can help schools evaluate and move

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Why Drupal 8 Is a Game Changer for Higher Education

  1. 1. Why Drupal 8 is a Game Changer for Higher Education September 9, 2015
  2. 2. Why Drupal 8 is a Game Changer for Higher Education →  Chris Hartigan, VP Higher Education, Acquia →  John Kealy, Website Support Manager, UCSF →  Chris Miller, Solutions Architect, Acquia
  3. 3. What is Drupal 8? →  The next release of the most popular content management system in higher education →  An evolved digital platform that institutions can use to deliver exceptional online experiences to all constituents →  A reason to get really excited about the future of digital at your school!
  4. 4. Main  .EDU   Colleges   Departments   Admissions   Alumni  Faculty   Students   Community   What Does the Institution of Tomorrow Look Like, Digitally? →  Integrated? →  Branded? →  Centralized? →  Controlled (Governance)? →  Optimized? →  (More) Cost Effective? →  Seamless experience?
  5. 5. What Does the Institution of Tomorrow Look Like, Digitally?
  6. 6. Today’s Reality?
  7. 7. Today’s Reality? 19  Schools  &  Colleges   12  Brand  Experiences   6  CMS  SoluCons     (Integrated?  Centralized?  OpCmized?  Cost  effecCve?  Seamless  experience?)  
  8. 8. Digital is the Next Enterprise Platform on Campus →  Payroll →  HRM →  Financial Aid →  Student Information →  Portal →  LMS →  CRM →  Digital Distributed Enterprise 1970’s 1980’s 1990’s 1990’s Early 2000’s Mid / Late 2000’s Late 2000’s 2015…
  9. 9. Why Drupal 8 is a Game Changer for Higher Education Drupal 8 represents an extraordinary opportunity for colleges and universities. It provides institutions with the ability to drive an enterprise digital strategy from a single, centralized platform that can support all campus requirements.
  10. 10. Why Drupal 8 is a Game Changer for Higher Education →  John Kealy, Website Support Manager, UCSF
  11. 11. Plan for Success and Level Up →  Upgrade provides a clean slate →  Improve your business process →  Reach out to business partners to plan →  Effective planning gains economies of scale
  12. 12. UCSF’s Drupal 6 Hosting →  Very little community coordination →  No cross campus sharing of code →  All sites were custom builds §  Costly ($15,000 -$150,000 per site build) §  Difficult to maintain (full time employee to manage > 40 sites) →  No hosting intake process
  13. 13. Service Improvements →  Monthly Drupal Users Group meetings (2012) →  Better Coordination between schools and central IT (Summer 2012) →  Standard Install package (Winter 2013) →  Self service site request form (Winter 2013)
  14. 14. UCSF Drupal Hosting Growth 2011   2012   2013   2014   2015  (est)   Sites  Created   0   0   309   194   324   Starter  Kits  Site  Built   0   0   215   135   228   Sites  Hosted   26   59   493   609   933   0   100   200   300   400   500   600   700   800   900   1000  
  15. 15. UCSF Drupal Hosting Costs   2011 2012 2013 2014 Number of sites 26 59 493 609 Platform Provider Cost $34,000 $84,000 $108,500 $100,000 Approximate FTE Cost $80,000 $160,000 $240,000 $320,000 Hosting Total $114,000 $244,000 $348,500 $420,000 Cost/Site $4,385 $4,136 $707 $690
  16. 16. Why Not Coordinate in Drupal 7? →  Everyone has existing approach §  Changes to current stack are hard §  Creates winners and losers on decisions →  Current sites still need TLC
  17. 17. Advantages of Planning for Drupal 8 →  We are all in planning stage for 8 →  All need to develop Drupal 8 distributions →  Drupal 8 improvements disrupt current approaches →  No winners and losers on architecture choices →  Drupal 8 lifespan 6-10 years (more time for ROI)
  18. 18. Planning For Drupal 8: Goals →  Provide a useful service →  Save UC time and money →  Create more secure webhosting environment →  Standardize development practices §  Create shared best practices §  Create shared stack of modules/functionality §  Develop talent pool with common skills
  19. 19. Planning For Drupal 8: Challenges →  Cross UC coordination →  Building scalable governance/coordination §  Making joint decisions §  Coming up with common funding →  Building scalable architecture →  Creating a flexible central “stack”
  20. 20. Why Drupal 8 is a Game Changer for Higher Education →  Chris Miller, Solutions Architect, Acquia
  21. 21. Drupal 8: ~6 Critical Issues Left!
  22. 22. Drupal 8 Benefits Everyone… →  Content Authors →  Site Builders →  Developers →  Designers →  End Users
  23. 23. Drupal8.edu/platform →  Enable centralized development teams §  Common features and distributions →  Empower distributed content creation →  Create Once, Publish Everywhere (COPE) →  Mobile & Services →  Multilingual & Localization →  508 Compliance
  24. 24. Drupal 8: Opportunities →  Enhanced functionality included in Drupal core §  New theming framework §  Mobile first §  Improved administrative and publishing experiences §  Native multilingual §  Robust configuration management →  New innovations will occur in D8 §  New features and functionality §  Enhancements to core §  New modules →  Performance improvements §  Improved caching strategy →  Developer resource onboarding made easier; more accessible §  Ability to build a team more quickly §  New architecture allows PHP or Object Oriented developers to learn Drupal more easily §  Front end development adopts a more common standard
  25. 25. Drupal 8: Challenges →  Rebuilt Drupal 8 codebase requires developer lead time →  Theming, while simplified, is different →  Waiting for “Contrib” to port modules to Drupal 8 →  Some migration required to move from Drupal 6 & 7
  26. 26. Why Drupal 8 is a Game Changer for Higher Education September 9, 2015

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Want to learn more about Acquia’s products, services, and happenings in the Drupal Community? Visit our site: http://bit.ly/yLaHO5. In today’s rapidly changing education landscape, having a digital platform that can adapt to support your institution’s strategic initiatives is absolutely a key business requirement. Drupal is the most widely used content management system in higher education. It has provided schools with the foundation they need to quickly respond to the digital needs of their audiences and innovate faster than the competition. The future of Drupal is more exciting than ever with Drupal 8 being readied for general release by the Drupal community. Drupal 8 is the most powerful Drupal release yet with new capabilities not just for developers, but content authors, digital marketers, site builders and designers as well. From its mobile-first approach to its out-of-the-box feature set, Drupal 8 can give higher education a definite edge. Acquia, the leading provider of Drupal support and infrastructure to the higher education industry, recently announced full commercial support for Drupal 8. In this webinar we’ll learn what the future of Drupal means for higher education and how Acquia can help your school take advantage of it. In this webinar, you’ll hear: -Why Drupal 8 is better than Drupal 6 and 7 -The reason Drupal 8 is a great fit for higher education -What the learning curve is when moving to Drupal 8 -How Acquia can help schools evaluate and move

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