|Summary||Area of Impact||Goal||Lead||Next Step(s)|
|Review an archiving addon to help maintain pages||IT Applications||Keep Confluence documentation up-to-date and accurate through automated expiry and notification of pages that become old or unused.||Jim Dryden|
|Review options for hosting Confluence||All||Summarize the costs of three options for upgrading and hosting Confluence. Organize the three options into a matrix that includes installation costs, monthly labor costs, monthly hosing costs vs annual hosting costs, and benefits and risks.||Garth Colasurdo|
|Space cleanup: Apps Upgrade and AppWorx||IT Applications|
There was originally a Banner upgrade space (within the Apps Upgrade space) that was inconsistently used for Banner upgrades. It is being expanded to include all Application upgrades. A basic framework for the space is being implemented and upgrade templates defined. These are being piloted now.
The AppWorx section of the Application space is being inventoried and accessed assessed for duplication and redundancy. We will be designing a new taxonomy for the section and presenting it to ERP Support since they are the main users of the AppWorx section besides the Operations team.
|Taxonomy and content cleanup/organization (Confluence 2.0)||IT Applications||Develop standardized templates and structures to hold IT Applications documentation. Presently, several versions and iterations of "Application Page" templates are in use - this effort will ultimately consolidate those into a single template with all relevant information (as reviewed and approved by Applications leadership) and simplify the structure of the Applications Confluence Spaces and Pages. In other words, the number of Apps Spaces will likely decrease.|