Cloud main Oracle on Wednesday introduced that the Ministry of Education has chosen “Oracle Cloud Infrastructure” (OCI) to modernise India’s nationwide training expertise platform “Digital Infrastructure for Knowledge Sharing” (DIKSHA).
Under the multi-year collaboration settlement, OCI will assist the Ministry of Education use DIKSHA to present academic assets to tens of millions of extra college students, lecturers and collaborators throughout the nation in addition to assist make DIKSHA extra accessible and decrease its IT prices.
The edtech platform helps 1.48 million colleges throughout all of India’s 35 states and union territories and is offered in 36 Indian languages.
“Our subsequent era cloud, completely aligns with DIKSHA’s objectives due to its capacity to present scalability and elasticity whereas working purposes quicker, extra securely, and extra effectively,” Shailender Kumar, senior vice chairman and regional managing director, Oracle India and NetSuite Asia Pacific and Japan, stated in an announcement.
Moreover, the corporate stated that DIKSHA generates numerous logs, for which they use Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana (ELK stack) to diagnose purposes, monitor efficiency, and create dashboards.
OCI Compute VMs and OCI Storage will assist handle the platform’s workload and retailer software content material corresponding to PDFs, movies and webpages in addition to efficiency logs.
Additionally, OCI Media Flow and OCI Media Streams assist make it simpler for customers to entry the practically 1.5 million movies on the platform by processing and storing video content material in the correct codecs and resolutions to meet the customers’ wants.
“We want to embrace trendy instruments and expertise to make education extra simply out there and securely accessible to everybody,” Dr Indu Kumar, Head of Department, ICT and Training, CIET, NCERT, Ministry of Education, Government of India, stated in an announcement.
The DIKSHA migration undertaking is being carried out by two Oracle PartnerNetwork members, Bharti Airtel and Trigyn Technologies. DIKSHA will likely be deployed within the Oracle Cloud Mumbai area.
(With inputs from IANS)