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Exam Name: Analyzing Requirements and Defining Microsoft .Net Solution Architectures Exam Type: Microsoft Exam Code: 70-300 Section Name: Case Studies + Practice Questions Section No: A, B Case Studies: 16 Total Questions: 251 Page 1 of 182 Section A 12 Case Studies: Case Study #1, Blue Yonder Airlines Case Study #2, Consolidated Messengers Case Study #3, A.Datum Corporation Case Study #4, Fabrikam, Inc Case Study #5, Northwind Traders Case Study #6, School of Fine Art Case Study #7, City Power and Light Case Study #8, Woodgrove Bank Case Study #9, Baldwin Museum of Science Case Study #10, Trey Research Case Study #11, Alpine Ski Stores Case Study #12, ExamSheets.net Section B 4 Case Studies Case Study #B1, Quicken Dynamics Airlines Case Study #B2, Law Inc. Corporation Case Study #B3, KiddiKite, Inc Case Study #B4, South Eastern Bay Traders
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Exam Name: Analyzing Requirements and Defining Microsoft .Net Solution Architectures Exam Type: Microsoft Exam Code: 70-300 Section Name: Case Studies + Practice Questions Section No: A, B Case Studies: 16 Total Questions: 251 Page 2 of 182 Case Study #1, Blue Yonder Airlines Background Blue Yonder Airlines is a regional airline that operates 50 scheduled flights per day. The company anticipates rapid future growth. Within six months, the company will operate 150 flights per day. Within one year, it will operate 500 flights per day. Currently telephone operators handle all reservations. To support the increased number of flights, the company plans to add an online reservation process. You are contracted to develop a Microsoft .NET solution that will execute the new process. Your solution must be operational in five months. It must undergo one month of testing before it is available to the public. Within one year, it must be able to support 500 flights per day. To support this expansion, existing flight numbers might need to be reassigned. Existing IT Environment Currently Blue Yonder Airlines uses an external vendor to provide flight scheduling services. Fifteen dedicated terminals communicate with the vendor’s mainframe computer. The corporate network includes five Microsoft Windows 2000 Server computers and 15 Windows XP Professional computers. A Microsoft Exchange Server computer provides e-mail services for employees. Internet Information Services (IIS) is used to support intranet application for the human resources department. This department is also supported by a dedicated server that has a single installation of Microsoft SQL Server 2000. Interviews IT Department IT Manager Currently we have one engineer who is responsible for maintaining the dedicated terminals and the corporate intranet. In the future we need to be able to monitor the performance of the new application. Monitoring will tell us when we need to scale the solution.
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