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Updated Aristotle Open Registry now supports SSL (plus many more changes!)

This week we migrated the Aristotle Open Registry over to new infrastructure, which has brought massive speed improvements site-wide as well as added support for encrypted connections for improved security. Along with this upgrade, the Aristotle Open Registry is now running version 1.5 of the Aristotle Metadata Registry. They key area of concern that we’ve … Continue reading “Updated Aristotle Open Registry now supports SSL (plus many more changes!)”

Continuous testing of Django applications against Windows/Azure with MS SQL

Given the size of Microsoft, their reputation in enterprise environments and the growth of Azure as a cloud platform, its fair to say that ignoring Microsoft (and their associated products) in your test scripts will limit the ability for your app to grow. We’ve had a few requests on the level of support for Aristotle … Continue reading “Continuous testing of Django applications against Windows/Azure with MS SQL”

Aristotle-MDR v1.4.0 now available on our Open Registry

The latest version of the Aristotle Metadata Registry is now available on Github and the Python Package Manager. This change brings a host of stability changes to improve deployment on Postgres and Elasticsearch, changes to the underlying database architecture to improve metadata analytic querying. It also, includes two new additions from the ISO 11179 specification … Continue reading “Aristotle-MDR v1.4.0 now available on our Open Registry”

Hospital admissions and the importance of metadata on patient experience

Recently, I had the misfortune of attending hospital for surgery and despite the excellent care on hospital, the experience could have been made worse before I even reached the medical staff. In planning for surgery, I needed to coordinate with four groups, my GP, my specialist, the local health precinct and the hospital itself. Each … Continue reading “Hospital admissions and the importance of metadata on patient experience”