WEBSITE MIGRATION – TONY’S CHIPS2 Website Migration – Tony’s Chips With Tony's Chips being purchased by the Acme Company, they would like a new change the way the website is used for the business. The old method was an externally hosted site with no online ordering options. The new website plan is for it to be redesigned to allow for online ordering, onsite web hosting, and site redundancy to allow for maximum uptime. What they are asking for is called the system development life cycle (SDLC). Systems development life cycle is defined as "activities and functions that systems developers typically perform, regardless of how those activities and services fit a particular methodology” [ CITATION Gar11 \l 1033 ]. The systems development life cycle contains the following steps in the model: required analysis, testing, implementation, documentation, deployment, and maintenance. Discuss what it will take to build a Web architecture, move an existing Website with minimal downtime, and provide a disaster recovery solution to ensure the site is always available. The new web architecture is a complete change from the previous implementation of the site causing an entirely new template and architecture. Previous setup used manual ordering, so they would have to call in or physically come in to order the chips. The new architecture will allow for online ordering that will free up more user time in answering phones taking orders. I am assuming the previous network architecture is up to date and running properly. With this assumption, few technology upgrades will be fully required. Improving the technology infrastructure would require an upgraded internet connection to help offset the new traffic that will be occurring with the web site being hosted locally. A new physical server to become a web server, using one of the current servers and repurposing it to become the new database server. Also, a more advanced router/firewall would be recommended
CIS 210 - Access Control System Essay
1217 WordsOct 26th, 20135 Pages
CASE STUDY 1
Building an Access Control System
As a member of the Information Security team at a small college, you have been made the project manager to install an access control system (ACS) in a dormitory. The ACS will automatically unlock the dormitory doors via an electronic proximity reader and integrate with an existing security camera system. The cameras are designed to face and rotate to record a person as they use their identification card to unlock the door.
Create a 3-4 page project plan for this project in which you:
Include a one-half page project scope statement.
Define five (5) major tasks, each with one to two (1-2) subtasks. Also write a brief description for each task.
Create a Gantt chart illustrating the…show more content…
The non-functional requirements are the attributes of the system; these include: reliability, performance, cost, system quality attributes, and the challenges encountered during installation.
Steps of Implementing the Project
To complete the installation, the following steps would be accomplished to successfully install the access control system.
The analysis of the problem should take a day. At the analysis stage we determine the solution. The solution has been identified as the installation of the access control system. At this stage the system parts are identified; they include input, output, communication devices, power supplies, detection devices, intelligent panels, card readers, lock hardware, the actions and the response of the system in case of violation of the input requirements or failure of the system.
The design of the access control system involves coming up with ways of creating or installing the access control system. The phase should take two days. The system would have a security camera controlled by a proximal card reader when the actions are triggered. After completing the design of the system, the identified materials and hardware are to be purchased from various stores.
The computers controlling the security camera in the control center will be reprogrammed to ensure they can control the access control system installed in the doors. The relevant