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1 Network and Telecommunication Definition Document Enrique Navas March 21, 2016 Network and Telecommunications: IT640
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Enterprise System Architecture Definition Document 2 Table of Contents Network Architecture Assessment ............................................................................................................... 3 Network Infrastructure Assessment Overview ......................................................................................... 3 Network Assessment Benefits ................................................................................................................. 3 Network Goals and Objectives ................................................................................................................ 4 Content Capture as Base of Networking Architecture Assessment .......................................................... 4 Network Reference Model Comparison ...................................................................................................... 5 Comparison Diagram between OSI and TCP/IP ........................................................................................ 5 OSI Flow Diagram .................................................................................................................................. 6 Data Flow Diagram .................................................................................................................................. 7 Analysis of how the project fulfills the mission and goals: .......................................................................... 8 Network Design Diagram (Week 3) ............................................................................................................ 9 Revised Proposed LAN Diagram and Specific Recommendations .......................................................... 10 How the recommendations Fulfill Project goals .................................................................................... 11 Telecommunications Plan (Week 4) .......................................................................................................... 12 Telecommunication Goals and Objectives ............................................................................................. 12 Network Diagram- Proposed Telecommunication Solution ................................................................... 13 Advantages of Sharing Hardware and Software .................................................................................... 13 Analysis of How This Project Fulfills One Project Goal ....................................................................... 13 Remote Network Implementation Plan (Week 5) ...................................................................................... 14 Remote Access ...................................................................................................................................... 14 Security Implications ............................................................................................................................. 15 References ................................................................................................................................................. 16
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Enterprise System Architecture Definition Document 3 Network Architecture Assessment Marge’s Health Food Store is an organic and raw food local community store. They have a strong mission on connecting their customers with the basic habits of eating healthy. The store is well committed in creating a much elaborated plan to create a concept that will overshadow the bad concept of eating and cooking healthy foods. This is a growing market at the moment but Marge knows that her competition is using technology to meet the needs of its customers. As the business went on, Marge was told that she must have a database system to manage all the information that she needs to keep track of. This includes inventory, prices, receipts, etc. Because of the not updated network, Marge was told by her financial partner that if she didn’t improved sales by 5% the store was going to have to close. Marge knows that this is no easy task but also knows that she is going to need to expand inventory while attracting more customers. Network Infrastructure Assessment Overview As technology growth, networks are becoming increasingly complex. Support for critical enterprise applications and converged communication systems have evolved into unparalleled expectations for the availability a network may offer as it did with Marge’s Health Food Store The Importance of a network assessment service will deliver peak performance of the developed network and therefore the business will be supported. This practices are used the best tools and methodology in order to achieve actionable recommendations for network remediation and improvements. Network Assessment Benefits If we analyze how much IP networks have matured over the last decade, we will have a better understanding of the components at hand. That is why network infrastructure has become
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Enterprise System Architecture Definition Document 4 more complex. You see more companies establishing more services every day. The use of wireless and mobility are being integrated to systems everywhere.
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