Planning for the future of an organization is like urban planning. City dwellers tend to want tolerable traffic, plenty of clean, safe parks, and manageable growth. Getting there requires planning that’s comprehensive, well-understood and well-coordinated among all stakeholders. EA calls for a similar holistic approach toward the optimal future state.
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At the start of each quarter in 2019, the EA team identified goals for maturing our practice.
The Enterprise Architecture (EA) team and colleagues from across the UW discussed high-level challenges and trends, and did work in groups on common issues.
UW-IT teams across multiple disciplines plan our approach to container-based applications.
Enterprise Architecture (EA) at UW
Enterprise Architecture’s focus is on the UW’s broad, long-term interests. At the direction of the VP for UW-IT and CIO of UW, EA helps stakeholders maximize the architectural value of their services, solutions, data, processes, or organizations on behalf of the UW in an environment of constant change.
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