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Network_Modeling - NetworkModeling The purpose To help...

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    Network Modeling  The purpose: To help system designers distribute the technical data, processes, and interfaces across the computer network. The Systems Analyst’s Role: To specify a technology-independent communications that must occur between business locations.
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    Network Modeling Computer Networks: The need for network modeling is being driven by distributed computing. T “The assignment of specific information system elements to different computers which cooperate and inter-operate across computer network”. T Client/Server Networking
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    Network Modeling Questions? What locations are applicable to this information system ? How many users are at each location? Do any users travel while using the system? Are any of our suppliers, customers, or contractors to be considered locations for using the system? What are the user’s data and processing requirements at each location? How much of a location’s data must be available to other locations? What data is unique to a location? How might data and processes be distributed between locations? Or distributed within a location?
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