Chapter 6 : Architecture and Infrastructure
Chapter 6 : Architecture and Infrastructure MIS 475
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Chapter 6 : Architecture and Infrastructure : The leap from Strategy to Architecture to Infrastructure a) From strategy to architecture : _ With a strategy, to develop more specific goals. Business requirements are derived from each goal. _Business requirements were to integrate the information systems into a single, flexible system. _The manager must work with the IT architect to translate these business requirements into a more detailed view of the systems requirements, standards, and processes that shape IT architecture. b) From Architecture to Infrastructure : _ Use a service- oriented architecture led to the design of a number of services and composite applications. _ this task entails adding yet more detail to the architectural plan that emerged in the previous phase. _ Details extend to location of data and access procedures, location of firewalls, link specifications, and interconnection design and so on. _ the functional specifications can be broken down into hardware specifications, software specifications, storage specifications, interface specifications, network specifications. _ Often when referring to an infrastructure, the underlying computer system is called the platform. Platform : the hardware and operating system on which application run ( ex : Android platform and the IPhone platform. Enterprise Architecture Enterprise architecture (EA) or the “blueprint” for all IS and their interrelationships in the firm. _ Term used for the organizing logic for the entire organization, often specifying how information technologies will support business processes. Components of an enterprise architecture typically : 1) Core business processes : the key enterprise processes that create the capabilities the company uses to execute its operating model and create market opportunities. 2) Shared data – the data that drives the core processes. 3) Linking and automation technologies – the software, hardware and networking technologies provide the links between applications 4) Customer groups – key customers to be served by the architecture. Example of enterprise architecture framework is the TOGAF ( The Open Group Architecture Framework ) : methodology and set of resources for developing an enterprise architecture. Zachman Framework : determines architectural requirements by providing a broad view that helps guide the analysis of the detailed view. Virtualization and Cloud Computing : 1) Cloud computing : 2) Utility computing
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