The System Analysis and Redesign Project focuses on an original private cloud-based solution for a company you understand well. The purpose of this project is to ensure that you know how to analyze an organization and its’ associated systems. Therefore, the student is the architect. Successful projects will have a brand-new design of a missing feature that is not seen in existing information systems. The project should highlight your advanced skills in information systems, displaying your knowledge of all domains of our field.
A key objective of the project is to analyze and design a new system that can function in a cloud-based and/or a distributed computing architectural environment. This system should replace an existing system at a company or a Church or another organization that you understand well.
The re-designed system will be based upon at least one strong and well-respected information systems and/or informatics framework and several associated standards. The framework and associated standards (e.g. COBIT, NIST) will be used to benchmark the existing system to the new system and determine if improvements were made. A summary spreadsheet should be included in your final project phase that shows how the new system meets improved framework guidelines and sub-standards. Sub-standards that specifically identify how an information system needs to be implemented are mandatory in contrast to subjective designs.
All projects must use an original and new application/software design diagrams and concepts. You must identify a new need that has yet to be programmed/coded. Use of traditional classes/databases/sequence diagrams such as what you see in existing ERPs, CRMs, web forms, etc. will not be given credit. For example, tables or classes like accounts, persons, customers, employees, sales, orders, logins, movies/videos, inventory, hotel reservations, restaurant orders, store fronts, shopping carts, and many more will not count toward points in this class. It is your responsibility to check to make sure what you design is new and original. We want to see what you can design; not what others have already designed. Thus, please do not submit designs of existing information systems.
As you will find, the design must also result in a working system that can be implemented. Designs that do not show proficiency in parallel programming code (e.g. a working object-oriented class implemented in Java, C++, Python, and/or C#) are not very valuable at the more granular stage of design and thus this requirement. Software engineers and/or developers should be able to interpret your diagrams and accurately create the designed system with the level of detail provided.
All phases require screenshots for credit that have details in the screenshot showing your personal computer was used and include an operating system date/time. You must use optimized jpegs. All jpegs should be 50KB or less and/or the total Word document file size should be less than 1MB. Word documents that are too large cannot be checked by our plagiarism detection tool and thus we cannot grade your work without this validation.
Your project will be separated into 3 phases:
Phase 1: Introduction, problem statement, feasibility study, project plan, and the conclusion
Phase 2: Methodology to compare the old and new systems and the systems analysis
Phase 3: Benchmark results of the old and new systems and the systems design
Phase 1 Report Requirements
This report must contain the following elements:
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