The Technology Architecture team will provide the production and development environments for the university to support cloud, package, and custom applications for administrative units and their interfaces. The new architecture will allow University administrative developers to focus their IT skills on solving business problems, not figuring out architecture, tools, and environments. Leveraging a common set of tools and components will help CSUs integrate and coordinate with the diverse entities across campus.
- New tools and services have been selected, approved, procured, and are being developed and implemented across campus. To learn more, visit the Admin IT Wiki [EID required].
- The team is identifying and developing training opportunities, coordinating with departments to help the campus manage the change to new systems. In the future the team will also redesign the Software Developer Training Program.
- We are working with the Application Modernization team to help departments migrate and decommission applications from the mainframe as we introduce new tools and services.
About Administrative Systems Technical Architecture:
The vision for the new Administrative Systems Technical Architecture includes:
- Meeting the technical production and development needs of the IT administrative community,
- Providing scalable, proven, and flexible solutions to meet changing business and IT needs
- Providing standardized, sustainable, and secure solutions
- Promoting reuse
- Increasing speed and accuracy
New Tools and Services:
To see the complete list of tools and services and their availability dates, descriptions, technical features, and contact information, visit the Admin IT Wiki, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Subscribe to the Admin IT Newsletter, where we provide biweekly on new tools and services, mainframe decommissioning, and IT at the university.
- FYI Sessions
- Staff Training Central Gets API-ified on the ESB from 06/15/16
- RabbitMQ: Are Your Applications Social Enough? from 06/08/16; presentation materials
- Bridging the Gap with Platform as a Service (PaaS): Beyond Transactional Web Apps from 05/11/16; presentation materials
- UT Virtualization in the ASMP Technical Architecture from 02/17/16
- Introduction to the ESB and Integration Services from 10/28/2015; presentation materials one; presentation materials two
- Technical Architecture Implementation Overview from 07/22/2015; presentation materials
- ASMP Blog
- Service-Oriented Architecture in Detail - Part 2: Campus
- Service-Oriented Architecture in Detail - Part 1: SOA
- Video: UT Virtualization in the ASMP Technical Architecture
- UT Austin Using ITIL to Improve Service Delivery
- Video Available on Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) and New Integrations Concepts
- ASMP Launches Admin IT Newsletter
- Our Future Without a Mainframe: UT Moves to Service-Oriented Architecture Model
- TADS Project SharePoint site [EID required]
- Includes all documentation from the TADS project from all Subject Matter Expert groups of Application Development and Testing, Document Management, Environment Management and Mapping, ETL (Extract Transform and Load) and Data Movement, Network and Traffic Management, Infrastructure, Integration, Security and IAM (Identity and Access Management), and the University Portal.
- To request access to the site:
- Email ASMP-Technology-Leads@austin.utexas.edu requesting access. Be sure to include your name, department, and UT EID.
- You will receive a confirmation email with a link to view the site.