Overview

The IS Applications Infrastructure Programme is Production Management's main programme of projects for maintaining and delivering benefits for the services run by IS Applications for users in IS and throughout the university.

The Production Management Manager is the Programme Owner. The programme focuses on development and enhancement of the Information Services technical infrastructure supporting the centrally managed services run by IS Applications  (servers, databases, software, security and networking) which underpin the business applications used by the University, but can also sponsor software, business analysis and collaborations with other sections and divisions, to improve our infrastructure.

Contacts

 

NameRoleContact Details
Stefan KaempfProgramme Owner

stefan.kaempf@ed.ac.uk

Maurice Franceschi

Programme Manager (IS Applications)

maurice.franceschi@ed.ac.uk

 

 

Code RAG Manager Status Stage
INF121 Migrate core databases to Oracle 12c GREEN David Watters In Progress Deliver
INF127 LAMP / WIMP Platform Upgrade BLUE Anne Mathison Closed Close
INF129 Wiki Database Resilience Improvement AMBER David Watters In Progress Deliver
INF131 Annual Upgrade of Development Tools 17-18 BLUE Richard Bailey Closed Close
INF134 Logging Data Retention GREEN Colin Watt In Progress Plan
INF135 CF10 Upgrades GREEN Sue Woodger In Progress Execute
INF136 Annual Business Technology End of Life Analysis BLUE David Watters Withdrawn Close
INF137 Annual Infrastructure Rationalisation Decommissioning GREEN David Watters In Progress Analyse
INF138 Annual DR Review and Tests GREEN Colin Watt In Progress Plan
INF139 Annual Upgrades of Development Tools + frameworks 18/19 GREEN Anne Mathison In Progress Execute
INF140 Middleware Patching Process GREEN Karen Stirling In Progress Execute
INF141 Migration of VSS and SVN to GIT AMBER Nigel Binns In Progress Execute
INF142 Move IS based Oracle databases to VMs and stretched cluster AMBER David Watters In Progress Plan
INF143 MySQL Environment Migration GREEN Geoff Cropley In Progress Execute
INF144 Encryption at Rest - Analysis GREEN Ken Miller In Progress Deliver