Enterprise Architecture (EA) is a process that combines business and IT to achieve ‘One UQ’, and provide knowledge and insight that will:

  • inform strategic planning
  • improve decision-making
  • enhance agility.

Benefits of enterprise architecture

Jeff Kennedy is the EA Manager at The University of Auckland, and he has worked extensively in the domains of identity management, integration architecture, information management, and solutions architecture.

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Our IT Architects are able to collaborate with you to review and advise on projects, capabilities, solutions, or issues that cause significant change to the IT landscape in order to support the UQ strategy. This can include moving a system to the cloud, initiating strategic changes, or making changes that cross unit boundaries or affect a large number of students.

If you need help with a significant IT change or a new initiative with a significant IT component, you can request an architectural review for assistance in how to best move forward.

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Information for IT architecture community

The IT architecture community aims to support the delivery of the IT Strategy by sharing and enhancing the IT architecture capability across UQ.

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There are resources available to community members to assist in delivering architecture services. This includes an architecture repository.

The purpose of the EA repository is to have a centralised storage area for all EA content produced while executing appropriate EA methodology.

View the architecture repository (staff login required)