Enterprise Architecture (EA) is the process that interweaves business and IT together to achieve 'One UQ'.  It provides knowledge and insight to inform strategic planning, improve decision-making, and enhance agility.

Our vision is to support the IT Strategy by creating visibility, transparency and enhance agility to enable innovation supporting University expectations.

Our mission is to support the IT Strategy to evolve the IT landscape towards decreased complexity, greater agility and better alignment with business capabilities by enhancing transparency, facilitating architectural governance and developing forward-looking, cohesive enterprise views.

Architecture at UQ

How we can help
The IT architects are available to collaborate, review and advise on significant architectural work required to support the UQ strategy.
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
Architecture repository
The purpose of an EA repository is to have a centralised storage area for all EA content produced whilst executing the appropriate EA methodology.

Benefits of Enterprise Architecture

How Enterprise Architecture has helped the University of Auckland

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

Contact the architects

For more information about the IT architecture practice at UQ, or if you would like to get involved in the architecture community, please contact the IT architects:

Email: architects@its.uq.edu.au