Salon H & I, 4th Floor
What do you do when you have a website on end-of-live hardware with out-of-date software, and you have new virtual machines and software to run everything? Upgrade! Not so fast. How do you upgrade without disrupting service and within a reasonable amount of time, and without endless staff resources to throw at the project? This presentation will explain how the College at Brockport upgraded its aging SAMP environment to run on a set of virtualized LAMP servers.
Steven Lewis is currently the Web Manager / Information Security Coordinator at the College at Brockport, State University of New York. He has worked on Web pages in higher education for over 12 years, including two as a student at the University of Rochester, his undergraduate alma mater. In 2006, he received a master of public administration degree from the College at Brockport. Lewis has presented at several past HighEdWeb conferences, and is a founding and current member of the board of directors of the HighEdWeb Professionals Association.