Week5 Team D 1.0 (1).doc - 1 Team D Cloud Service Plan NTC\/302 Michael Sthultz 2 Cloud Service Plan Introduction The SaaS Cloud Service that we have

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1 Team D Cloud Service Plan NTC/302 Aug 13, 2018 Michael Sthultz
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2 Cloud Service Plan Introduction The SaaS Cloud Service that we have chosen is straightforward enough to build an entire business model off of, not just the IT architecture. The key components to keep in mind are the network, the infrastructure, databases and servers. Upon successfully migrating to cloud computing, all of these components will be virtualized, minus the network hardware- router, switches, firewall, etc. AWS is a great platform for interconnecting all components and centralizing our services and needs. The Google G-Suite apps make SaaS and business needs cohesive and provides a chance at reducing costs. This SaaS service is suitable to develop and deploy with cloud services with AWS all resource and principle business requirements will be met. SaaS will allow our business to operate at the forefront of software development moving from on- site infrastructure to cloud allows us to increase efficiency, productivity and accessibility with in our business operations. Streamlining the ability to work from the office, home and around the world with very little downtime and access to all systems within the business from mobility solutions limiting the amount of hardware needed while out of the office.
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3 Time Line & Deliverables Time Range Deliverable Explanation Determine complexity of business. SaaS works best with small to medium businesses to reduce upfront expenses. Determine need of customization Do we need to customize the UI as well as modify specific areas, data fields, or alter what appears? Security review Security is one of the most important considerations. Question the limitations ISP Network reliability and availability? SaaS relies on a reliable internet connection. What is our RTO? Service level agreement The Service Level Agreement is an important agreement document because it clearly defines what a SaaS service provider is offering and also what consequences they will face if they fail to deliver these services, to the agreed standard. IT support requirements What level of IT professionals they will need, as well as what the expectations of their SaaS service provider actually are. Decrease the number of existing machines within your internal infrastructure Reallocated equipment for other resources, removed upon end of life, or donated to facilities for future development of education. Know exactly what we will be paying SaaS costs will be determined based on what resources are in demand physical and virtual as well as maintenance costs over the life expectancy of the services hosted.
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