Enterprise Web Services

Last updated: February 16, 2024

The Enterprise Web Services (EWS) are a secure collection of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) that integrate data to and from many sources across UW.  The EWS is a system of reference that enables enterprise business applications to access commonly shared source data in a scalable, real-time, and highly available architecture. 

The goal of Enterprise Web Services is to enable enterprise business applications to access commonly required source data. The primary purpose for providing this data via APIs is to reduce duplicate shadow systems and the proliferation of sensitive business data.

Learn more about EWS and check out our Case Study

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Understand the data

If you’re a system integrator, one of the biggest challenges is understanding what is available and how to access it. These resources can help you get started.

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Join us for Office Hours

Enterprise Web Service (EWS) Subject Matter Experts are available every Friday from 10:00am to 11:00am to answer your questions. If possible, please submit questions ahead of time to ews-support@uw.edu.

You can either sign up ahead of time or drop by during the session:

Sign up – Trumba

Drop by – Zoom (During session only) 

Enterprise Web Service News

New Version of HRP Web Service Aligns with Finance Transformation

May. 09, 2023

We recently retired HRP Web Service (HRPWS) v2 and deployed v3 to PRODUCTION. This change…

EWS EVAL Release 20 is Now Available

Apr. 27, 2023

Enterprise Web Services (EWS) has released an update in EVAL for multiple web services in support…

New Version of Space Web Service Aligns with InVision and Finance Transformation

Apr. 06, 2023

We recently retired Space Web Service (SpaceWS) v1 and deployed v2 to PRODUCTION. This change…