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Ratings:

  • 1=Ad-hoc
  • 2=Basic
  • 3=Standardized
  • 4=Managed
  • 5=Adaptive

 

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UBC

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Michigan

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Cornell

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Georgetown

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Ohio State

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UMUC

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UofT

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MIT

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UW

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2.2

If you have indicated a significant change in your maturity level, can you describe the projects that have done most to advance that maturity?

Georgetown
Implementation of several cloud solutions has increased awareness of and practical need for maturity.

Ohio State
Central IT Integration Architecture definition, initial development projects using SOA techniques and web services between ERP systems
UMUC
Deployment of a services-based integration platform (ESB)

UofT
We purchased IBM's WebSphere Message Broker and established an SOA governance structure. We're in the process of building an "Integration Team" that will operate the ESB and develop message flows and services, and help the divisions build services too.

MIT Lost initial momentum.
LF note: considerable SOA architectural work at MIT in 2007. See http://web.mit.edu/itag/eag.html

UW
Web grades project was a catalyst, Strategic Roadmap, Kuali Student has raised awareness, mobile apps, endorsement from leadership

2.3

If there has been a significant change, can you identify the top 3 drivers for that change?

Georgetown
The need for enterprise integration of back-end administrative systems (HR, Finance, Student), The de facto result of acquiring middleware bundled with other products
Ohio State
The need for enterprise integration of back-end administrative systems (HR, Finance, Student), The need for better Master Data Management, The need for greater agility, Executive leadership (CIO or Enterprise Architecture)
UMUC The need for greater agility, The de facto result of acquiring middleware bundled with other products, Executive leadership (CIO or Enterprise Architecture)

UofT
The need for enterprise integration of back-end administrative systems (HR, Finance, Student), The need for better Master Data Management, Executive leadership (CIO or Enterprise Architecture)

UW
The need for enterprise integration of back-end administrative systems (HR, Finance, Student), The need for greater agility, Executive leadership (CIO or Enterprise Architecture)

2.4 Additional comments

UofT
We realize that we are still mostly at the "ad hoc" phase and there are frequent discussions with the divisional IT staff to educate them on the benefits of SOA.

MIT
The push for Project management has interfered with establishing and adhering to architectural goals

UW
It is difficult to have a SOA initiative when demands of individual projects often take precedence. We need to leverage projects to build out middleware.

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