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Running head: PROJECT 5 Mitchell 1 Project 5: Implementation Project Phillip Mitchell University of Maryland University College CSIA 485  Due: July 3, 2016
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Mitchell 2 Running head: PROJECT 5 Introduction The purpose of this plan is to develop a high-level plan for implementing the required controls, changes, etc. to mitigate vulnerabilities and convergence issues in a new environment. Implementing and/or utilizing a systems development life cycle (SDLC) is a key component in developing a high-level plan. The systems development life cycle (SDLC) is a conceptual model used in project management that describes the stages involved in an information system development project, from an initial feasibility study through maintenance of the completed application. (Rouse, 2009) When initiating a systems development life cycle it is important to plan and analyze. Plan for quality assurance requirements and risk associations are the first stage. Define what requirements are necessary is the second stage. Design the product design is the third stage. Build or development the product is the fourth stage. Test your product is the fifth stage. There are many SLDC models; the most popular models are the waterfall, iterative, spiral, V, and the big bang model. Some unpopular models include agile, RAD, Rapid application development and prototyping models. Without a planned and implemented systems development life cycle puts immediate risks to development, implementation, and maintenance will not be connected to the preferred objective and information technology strategy. This can cause increased infrastructure costs, information technology costs. The SDLC methodology usually contains the following stages: Analysis (requirements and design), construction, testing, release and maintenance (response). (Veracode, 2016) Purpose / Goals and Objectives The design of the project is to structure the network using the systems development life cycle and develop its functions. Targeting the audience in its working environment, and how it
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