Class exercise design the system architecture how

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Class Exercise Design the system architecture. How will you partition your data? Actions? Where are the data stored? Why? Where is the processing done? Why? Where is display handled? Why? Advantages / disadvantages of this arrangement. Special potential? Spec up a rough design and present to the class… Tix NOW!
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Kiosks on-site Very thick Event details LOCAL Customer / payment SERVER Multi affiliates on kiosk, maps, updates, etc. Paper printout Advert9iseents No wait, no delay, VIDEO * Super fast, big screens, high end interface, enticing + Print locally, Less overhead (server side) Collect user information - Desktop/tablet at home Web based, browser client Server side for almost all info IDs and sales info on server side Guest user vs. profile Reports to company (trace) More interactive space, more relevant, more marketing? * + - Phone on the go Thin client 3-tier (DB/App/Web&present) Most data on server (local cache) payment validate Client user sign-in profile, browsing history, can save * + Low cost of infrastructure Real time updates, easy retrieval Push notifications Easy to use Light bandwidth use. No info loss. - RECAP OF DESIGNS
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Kiosks on-site N-tiered DB server App server UI server side Kiosk is display only + Exposure, high visibility Data security Social aspect Low server load, fast service Walk away with ticket - Must be physically present Long lines Poor maintenance Physical printing Payment security Desktop/tablet at home N-tiered Data server (all) App server Local device UI Design for multi platforms Only cookies local Web only + Central updating , nothing local Easy access Promotions More privacy, more security Best UI experience Content rich Client side authentication - Poor push architecture Phone on the go Phone App 3-Tiered (DB/App) DB server (all?) App server Display (phone)x Lat/Long Device ID + Push notifications tied to device history, location - Poor user control over push RECAP OF DESIGNS
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Wednesday 11/8/17 Participation Projection, if the course ended today Could trend up, down, or stay the same Class activities, discussion, presentations (!) 100-90 “A” – Significant, sustained contributions 89-80 “B” – As expected, active engagement 79-70 “C” – Lower engagement, can improve 69-60 “D” – Unpredictable, often absent, problems 59- – So, who are you again?
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Class Exercise Design the system architecture. How will you partition your data? Actions? Where are the data stored? Why? Where is the processing done? Why? Where is display handled? Why? Advantages / disadvantages of this arrangement. Special potential? Spec up a rough design and present to the class… Tix NOW!
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Kiosks on-site Very thick Event details LOCAL Customer / payment SERVER Multi affiliates on kiosk, maps, updates, etc.
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