Cedar Labs commissioned to conduct performance testing of new Unity SIF standard
by Cedar Labs, on Mar 31, 2022 12:00:00 AM
Minneapolis, MN: The Access for Learning (A4L) community’s newest version of their SIF (Schools Interoperability Framework) standard, called “Unity”, provides a number of significant benefits for districts, states, and software vendors implementing it. One of the most significant of these benefits is performance. As the scope and volume of education data needs continues to skyrocket, the need for a modern, well-architected standard that can meet these needs, without bottlenecks or compromised performance, has never been greater. In order to prove the effectiveness of the new Unity standard, the A4L community called on Cedar Labs to conduct a series of performance tests to demonstrate the capabilities. Cedar Labs successfully processed hundreds of millions of records per hour on the Unity standard. Click here for more information from A4L on the performance test.
About Cedar Labs: Cedar Labs is an education software company based in Minneapolis, MN, focusing on education data integration and data privacy. Founded by educators in 2013, Cedar Labs serves over 3 million students across the globe, and supports the open standards and privacy movements in education through its leadership in organizations such as A4L and SDPC.
About the Access 4 Learning Community: The Access 4 Learning (A4L) Community, and its special interest group the Student Data Privacy Consortium (SDPC), is a unique, non-profit collaboration composed of schools, districts, local authorities, states, US and International Ministries of Education, software vendors and consultants. The Community is “Powered by SIF” as its major technical tool to help manage learning data simply, securely and in a scalable, standard way regardless of platform. The SDPC is designed to address the day-to-day, real-world multi- faceted issues faced when protecting learner information by setting common expectations between market providers and end users. The A4L Community has united these education technology end users and providers in an unprecedented effort to ‘connect and secure effective learning ecosystems’ to give teachers more time to do what they do best: teach.
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