The Office of Data Architecture and Analysis (ODAA) is a unit within CIT Information Systems, and facilitates regular meetings of campus and central data analysts and reporters in an effort to share knowledge of existing systems and solutions. ODAA assists Cornell departments in the areas of business intelligence, application middleware, and data warehousing.
Data architecture and analytics offers resources that can help you engage better with enterprise systems, such as PeopleSoft, KFS, WorkDay and many others. This can involve building a data warehouse; cloudification support; or analyzing data from these systems in different ways.
For questions or project inquiries on data architecture and analysis please contact: ODAA-Questions@cornell.edu
Administrative data is a valuable asset of the university. The administrative data store effort is a way to begin to leverage this value by understanding where data is and how it’s used. The Data Analysts and Reporters SIG will use this information to identify common data needs that ODAA will work to fulfill.
ODAA plans to create a university data hub where authorized users can access data using standard APIs and/or calls to data integration tools (e.g. Boomi). Initially, the university data hub will consist of elements like CU Person with others added as common data needs are satisfied.