Implementing Kuali Projects - Collab Support
The following wiki pages are associated with Collab Support mailing lists. To join a Collab Support mailing list, you must first create an account on KIS (http://kis.kuali.org) and then visit the KIS page for the list(s) of your interest. An index of Kuali's Collab Support lists can be found here: https://kis.kuali.org/collabs
The Kuali Financial System (KFS) project is working to create a comprehensive suite of financial software that meets the needs of all Carnegie Class institutions. Its partner institutions are colleges, universities, and interested organizations that share a common vision of open, modular, and distributed systems for their software requirements. The goal of KFS is to bring the proven functionality of legacy applications to the ease and universality of online services.
The Kuali Coeus (KC) project applies the Kuali collaboration model to Research Administration, one of the primary missions of many colleges and universities. Starting with the MIT Coeus application as its baseline functionality, it calls for higher education institutions to collaborate as partners in the design and development of the Research Administration system. As with other Kuali projects, the partner institutions bring resources to the project and a KC Board of senior representatives oversees their deployment in accordance with the model.
The Kuali Student (KS) project is a consortium of universities committed to creating a next generation student system that will surpass the capabilities available today. Kuali Student is centered on the needs of students: helping them set educational goals, anticipating their information needs, suggesting options, and simplifying their administrative tasks. Students, faculty, and institutions will benefit from our new, flexible approach to dealing with curriculum change and tomorrow's dynamic learning environment.
The Kuali Rice (KRice) project providea an enterprise-class middleware suite of integrated products that allow both Kuali and non-Kuali applications to be built in an agile fashion. With KRice, developers are able to react to end-user business requirements in an efficient and productive manner to produce high quality business applications.
KRice is built on Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) concepts, leveraging technology such as web services and enterprise service bus features built on top of open standards: SOAP, REST, WS-I, and more. It is composed of the following key components: Kuali Enterprise Workflow (KEW), Kuali Nervous System (KNS), Kuali Identity Management (KIM), Kuali Organization Management (KOM), and Kuali Service Bus (KSB).