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Service-Oriented Architecture in Detail – Part 1: SOA

The Administrative Systems Modernization Program (ASMP 2.0) is tasked with replacing UT Austin’s current mainframe with a new Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). In a SOA model, programs and applications, called services, interact over a distributed network. This is in contrast to

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Program Updates: New Readiness Coordinator Network webpages; Tech Arch Kicks Off New Project

Since our last email update, we have made some changes to our website to give greater visibility to our Readiness Coordinator Network, which is comprised of University employees that provide a critical link between ASMP 2.0 and Colleges, Schools, and

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Tech Arch Team Kicks-Off Implementation Project; To Begin Releasing Services to Campus

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In addition to selecting the many technical products necessary to help our University modernize our administrative systems, the Technology Architecture team is also responsible for the processes and support roles that make those products usable by campus. This combination of

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Updates on Student Information System, Mainframe Application Retirement; Technical Architecture Procurements

Since our last email update, ASMP 2.0 has posted several new stories on our ASMP 2.0 blog focusing on the selection of a new student information system, how our teams are helping units retire their mainframe applications, and the first

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Technology Architecture Team: Providing a New Administrative Systems Technical Architecture to Meet Changing Business Needs

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ASMP 2.0’s Technology Architecture team oversees the projects that will replace the University’s current administrative systems technical architecture with a new architecture platform that offers more functionality and is scalable, reliable, and secure. “The Administrative Systems Master Plan stated that

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