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Review Points for Exam 2

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Review Points for Exam 2 MIS 3305 Fall 2010 Chapter 5 – Enterprise Architecture Three areas of architecture consideration Differences between Backup and recovery and Disaster recovery Cost Curve Security issues in Architecture Flexibility, Scalability, Reliability, Availability and performance How do they differ and why is each one important to Architecture? What are the different types of applications and services used to support architectures? Grid Computing and virtualization – what are they and how do they support large scale computing? Chapter 6 – Databases and Data Warehouses What did we learn about Wikipedia? What is the organization and separation of data within an organization? What were the issues with storing data prior to the use of databases? Various issues with good data – why good data necessary and how is it achieved? Explain Entities, Attributes and Relationships and why are they important to storage of data?
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