ArchiMate-2-Combined-Part-1-and-2-Examination-(OG0-023).pdf - The-Open-Group OG0-023 ArchiMate 2 Combined Part 1 and 2 Examination

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OG0-023 The-Open-Group ArchiMate 2 Combined Part 1 and 2 Examination
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QUESTION: 50Scenario Please read this scenario prior to answering the question ArchiSurance senior management, board members, customers and major stockholders have long been concerned about disaster resiliency in light of the company's heavy reliance on a single data center. The data center is located in an area that is prone to flooding and earthquakes, according to expert assessments done by consultants retained for this purpose. In addition, the data center is located under a busy cafeteria, and water occasionally leaks through its ceiling. To adoress these problems, ArchiSurance has developed a plan to move from its current data center to a pair of ready-to-use data centers in separate cities. The data center move is designed to reduce the risk of business interruption, reduce both planned and unplanned downtime for critical applications, and reassure ArchiSurance stakeholders. However, a number of limitations make theplanned transition to the new data centers particularly challenging. A number of critical ArchiSurance applications cannot be offline for more than an hour, and any downtime for these application must only occur in certain four-hour windows each weekend. Also, the move cannot occur during quarterly or year-end closing periods in order to avoid interrupting critical processing. Fulfillment of these specific type of requirements will reduce the risk of business interruption from the data center move activities themselves. ArchiSurance management has therefore planned a multi-phase data center transformation program. All of the activities in each phase are necessary to ensure a progression of stable and fully functional data center configurations. The first phase consists of detailed scheduling and planning to produce a comprehensive transformation plan that meets ArchiSurance timing and scheduling requirements During the second phase, ArchiSurance is to contract for the hardware and software required for the new datacenters,as well for refunds for the hardware and software to be returned from the current data center once it is shut down. During the third phase, the new data centers are to be set up, and the new hardware and software are to be tested in parallel with what isalready in production. The actual transition between the old and new data centers occurs in the fourth phase, and the fifth phase involves shutting down and dismantling the old data center, and returning its hardware and software for contracted refunds. Phases two through five are each to be initiated when specific conditions are met in the previous phase. Refer to the Scenario The newly hired program manager for data center transformation has asked you to describe the program implementation plan. You must express each of the plan phases as a separate work package with specific deliverables. You must also show the relationships between phases along with how each phase contributes to a particular
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