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Architecture Review Team Overview and Charge

The Architecture Review Team is intended to serve as an efficient checkpoint for all new applications, foundation, and infrastructure (developed in-house, purchased, or in the cloud) that will be supported by OIT units.  It is the official team for performing reviews and maintaining conformance with our standard practices (documented and undocumented) and extending or adapting them where appropriate.  The Architecture Review Team is comprised of senior technical staff from across OIT.

The full mission:  ART Charge.

Process: The Architecture Review Process and Template Guide

Architecture Review Team Members

Enterprise Architecture: Tod Jackson

Enterprise Security: Brad Sanford, Derek Spransy, Elliot Kendall, Natalyia Bykova, Chris Dehner, Mike Chilcott

EASI - Enterprise Applications, Services, & Infrastructure: Bruce Anderson, Scott Davis, Steve Siegelman, Brenda Rockswold (Chair), David Hauenstein, John Ellis, Scot Kenyon

University IT and Research Solutions: Marc Overcash, Sriram Chari, Kevin Chen, Circe Tsui, Ramya Bommareddy, Andrew Chin

Architecture Review Process Timeline

Architecture Review Meeting Time and Scheduling

Architecture review meeting is scheduled most Thursdays from 1:00pm to 2:00pm in NDB505 Savannah Room.  Please email the ART Chair directly to schedule your project for review.  Required documents must be submitted at the time of a review request for it to be scheduled.

Architecture Review Team Schedule and Documents

1st Architecture Review

All technical projects managed by LITS and RWIT must complete an architecture review conducted by the Architecture Review Team (ART) in the project's planning phase before it can be moved into the next phase, Project Execution & Control. A second architecture review should be conducted as needed before production.

Project Team should submit the following documents and schedule a review meeting with the ART Chair:

2nd Architecture Review

The Architecture Review Team will decide on a case by case basis whether a more detailed technical deep dive is needed for a specific project.



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