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Welcome to the IHTSDO Technical Group Space

This Space contains, or will eventually, contain all the operational IT information for the IHTSDO and is expected to be used by internal teams when necessary

What is tooling?

IHTSDO tools support our work, our collaborations, the authoring of SNOMED CT, the delivery of SNOMED CT, our communications, our IT and ensuring that we can do the daily job. Just like a fishing pole helps a fisherman catch fish and a plow helps a farmer cultivate a field, our tools help us do what we do.

What tools does IHTSDO offer?

Our tools covers a wide range from the SNOMED specific tools we have developed to those services we use to keep the organization working. All of these in detail here, IHTSDO Tools & Services.

What about some IT support?

In this IHTSDO Confluence space is a growing number of 'how to guides' as well other information including how to contact the technical group for help and more.

What about the Open Tooling Framework and/or something strategic?

The Open Tooling Framework is a set of standardized application programming interfaces (APIs), bound by a set of principles(e.g. easy to use, service oriented, agile, avoiding single points of failure, etc), that define fundamental software services to be consumed by business applications, which would be developed to satisfy Members’ terminology tooling use cases.

For more detail on to the Open Tooling Framework mini-site, and to get even more context, please read the Technology Strategy.

News

We will be performing maintenance to JIRA on Wednesday, 4th May between 8:30am and 8:45am UTC. During this time, JIRA will be unavailable. This downtime is required to make some changes to the service to resolve recent reports of slow performance of the service by some users.    More information:  N/A Request for Change:
We will be performing maintenance on Confluence on Thursday, 7th April between 7am and 7:30am UTC. During this time, Confluence will be unavailable. This downtime is required to make some changes to the service to resolve recent reports of slow performance of the service by some users.    More information:  Request for Change:
Upgrading Confluence
There is a new version of Confluence, v5.9.1, which includes a list of improvements that will benefit your use of the platform. For more information, please see the page for more information on the improvements - https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/confluence-5-9-release-notes-785333580.html https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/confluence-5-9-release-notes-785333580.html.

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