[Deploying Sakai] [Management] installation of Kaltura CE on Sakai
azeckoski at unicon.net
Sun Oct 31 07:29:35 PDT 2010
Kaltura is a standalone product and should be run like an LDAP server
or an email server. You might have multiple servers installed for
redundancy but otherwise you just need 1 server. Your Sakai instances
would point to the URL in for the kaltura server (or the load balancer
in front of the set of servers). It probably does not make a lot of
sense to place it on the same servers you are running Sakai on but it
would not hurt to use one of them to run the kaltura server.
I think UCT was experimenting with Kaltura so you might check with
Kaltura CE is supported by the community so your best bet is to get on
There is also a supported licensed version which you can find more
information about on the kaltura website (they offer technical support
and installation support for that one).
If you just want to experiment, I suggest you start with the hosted
version which you can trial for a month or so. Using that, you can
easily get started in an hour or less. You can sign up here:
On Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 8:32 AM, <bruceballou at olk12.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am looking for anyone who has successfully deployed kaltura CE in
> sakai (2..6.3)
> I downloaded the installation instructions from the kaltura folks, but I
> am kind of fuzzy on where to install it.
> I have multiple instances of sakai, do I need to install this on all of
> them or can I have one server for kaltura and just point my sakai
> instances to that?
> Any help/direction/installation documentation will be greatly
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