Architecting EA – EA Practice 2.0

In 2019, the EA team focused on building the EA practice maturity.  We called this effort EA Practice 2.0.  Much of what you see on this site came out of this effort, along with our quarterly planning process, the new EA Consulting Service, the new EA Charge, and the EA Board.  We started by laying…

EA Showcase 2019 – Event Resources

The EA Showcase 2019 was a success.  We had a good crowd from across campus join us for the morning.  The morning started with high level challenges and trends and then moved on to table work on UW-specific concerns.  All of this was used to demonstrate why Enterprise Architecture has moved away from developing “wiring diagrams” of the technology towards a much more collaborative and cross-cutting change leadership practice.

EA Showcase October 22, 2019

Transformative change in higher education and at the UW is creating new opportunities to improve teaching and learning, research, and administration. These opportunities challenge us to find new ways to adapt and collaborate. Please join the Enterprise Architecture (EA) team and your colleagues from across the UW in a hands-on workshop to: Explore the digital…

UW-IT teams plan approach to container-based applications

Container technology has had a significant impact on automating software delivery practices. As Docker and Kubernetes have become de facto container standards, automated pipeline tools have emerged that can result in increased speed and reliability of application release and operation. Vendors, including Amazon, Microsoft, and Google, now provide managed Kubernetes services that simplify the complexity…