We are in the process of migrating a non credit Moodle training course to our university's servers. The course is supporting international development capacity building and will be used as a demo site. Users with access will be minimal and light, with not many accesses (less than 100 pages per week). Our IT folks are unenthusiastic about taking over the management on their servers, noting:
"Basically to keep Moodle, RHEL, and their underlying shared components secure and up-to-date, it would take manual, and potentially risky upgrades on a regular basis – due to how the technologies interoperate. I would prefer to not go down this road if at all possible…"
Any insights? Seems odd to me. They are advocating D2L instead