- Go to OpenFn.org
- Use the demo project’s login credentials:
username: email@example.com password: interop2021
- Explore the Go.Data Demo Instance. If you would like to try Go.Data before downloading and installing yourself then a “sandbox” environment has been made available on a WHO server. This is a play instance of the latest version of the software and you are free to create an outbreak, populate it with data, experiment with reports, exporting data etc. You can make any changes that you like to explore the tool and see it in practice and an outbreak with dummy data has been provided to give you a head start.
- This environment resets every two days however, so should not be used for building demonstrations or for any work that you would like to persist. Also bear in mind that others may be using the environment at the same time as you
- To request your login account please complete the form below/send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org including:
- The name of your institution and the country where you are working
- Your intended use of Go.Data
- Your preferred duration for using the demo site
OpenFn integration platform provides a free-forever tier for users wanting to quickly prototype and test integration flows, or experiment with existing OpenFn jobs (or “integration scripts”) implemented by other real-world organizations on the hosted platform OpenFn.org - register here.
- Swing by docs.openfn.org), a one-stop show for detailed documentation, how-to's, and helpful guides for many different aspects of data integration and interoperability in the health and humanitarian space.
- To understand how the “job” scripts, see “Composing Job Expressions” and “Job Execution” on docs.openfn.org and notice how in each job in the reference implementation we handle different types of source data, perform certain transformations, and connect to different systems.
- Grab a copy of the job scripts on GitHub so you can create your own repo and link this to your own OpenFn project or run on open-source tools (see below).
- And check out the Jobs Library for more examples of how people are creating jobs and triggers to implement interoperability solutions across ICT4D.
Many users will prototype integration jobs on OpenFn.org to leverage the web-based “integration studio” and job-writing IDE before deploying the jobs via open-source tools (see below) or the hosted platform service.
All of the jobs used in the Interoperability reference implementations are built to run with OpenFn’s free and open-source core, which means they’re completely portable and can also be processed using
OpenFn/microservice, or any place you can run NodeJS—such as Linux, Windows, MacOS, &c.
OpenFn/microservice makes use of OpenFn'’s open-core technology—namely OpenFn/core and the various OpenFn adaptors—to create standalone integration servers which can be deployed on any hardware.
OpenFn/devtools is a set of free and open source ETL tools for building, running, and debugging integrations from your command line.
@openfn in the Go.Data Community.