The Enterprise Architecture Infrastructure portfolio is responsible for understanding the form and condition of CSU's technology infrastructure.
In this context, infrastructure can be defined as:
The focus of the CSU Infrastructure portfolio includes:
The Infrastructure portfolio is managed by the Enterprise Architect (Infrastructure).
Infrastructure architecture is concerned with establishing environments for the optimal delivery of quality services that underpin efficient business processes. TOGAF defines the following taxonomy of service qualities:
relates to the degree to which something is available for use, including:
or ease-of-operation by users, including:
Application Deployment Environments (Data Centre)
A classification scheme of infrastructure systems including software, hardware and services
A diagrammatic view of the Technology Portfolio Framework categorisations showing 3 levels of domains
Lists technologies currently used at CSU specifying the desired minimum versions where applicable
CSU Network Strategy 2014 – 2017
*- Document currently under review / redevelopment
A list of services and applications for which DIT is the custodian indicating if the service is available outside the CSU network with equivalent functionality