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Wednesday, April 01, 2020
UML example – real time system. Use Cases, Sequence Diagrams, Class Packages and Architecture example. UML is necessary to properly elicit Business and IT requirements and system constraints and objectives, including, functional and non-functional requirements.
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Monday, March 23, 2020
Boehm stated that validation was to ask if we are building the ‘right product’? Architecturally based software engineering activities support validation by mapping the functional and non-functional requirements to the overall design, system design(s), code design and implementation. These diagrams are attempting to construct the right architecture, to build the ‘right product’. The aforementioned are completed using diagrams including Use Cases, Sequence, Class, E-R, Data flows, Wireframes and Architectural Concepts and Overviews.
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Friday, March 20, 2020
Java 14 shows up six months after Java 13, reflecting the accelerated release cadence adopted to move the code away from multi-year development cycles and to match the pace of other modern software projects.
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Saturday, March 07, 2020
Most existing applications must maintain their state. Containers and micro-services preach state-less. For many firms this does not make sense. They will not, and should not in most cases, rewrite their application stack to fit into a container-model. So what to do?
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Tuesday, March 03, 2020
Cloud, IS, Orchestration, Automation, Configuration, Alignment, Benefits, Cloud Benefits, Cloud Characteristics, Security, Performance, Cloud Applications, Availability, Cost reduction, Cloud Journey
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SFA (Sales Force Automation)

The SFA product is an advanced, distributed, Sales Force and Customer Relationship Management application.

The purpose of the software is to automate paper processes and increase productivity, accuracy, information exchange and revenue opportunities for field, sales, agent forces and for management.
CRM Trilogix Sales Force Automation system components
SFA Application Components

Amazon Web Services Cloud Computing

SFA is hosted on the Amazon Web Services Cloud Computing platform Cloud Computing is essentially the virtualization of IT compute resources, and their remote usage. AWS is the market leading public cloud infrastructure. AWS is able to provide almost unlimited scalability, resilience, fail-over, and recovery. With over 100 Global data centers and many associated virtualized services, AWS allows a platform to be deployed to a global audience with reduced latency, and improved performance and throughput.

System Security

Security is a primary design principle and concern around Cloud Computing. AWS has been audited and certified by many dozens of security agencies and governmental agencies. Policies, logging and monitoring are built in to AWS cloud platform solutions to provide a dashboard and overview of the environment and any threats to data and applications.

Key parts of the SFA security model:

  • Network
  • Anti-Malware/Virus
  • Perimeter
  • Application Attack
  • Disaster Recovery
  • High Availability
  • Backup
Key principles: Zero Trust, Zero Touch, Encrypt everything. SFA’s infrastructure conforms to the above list of security best-practices.

In summary the SFA platform has:

  • Automated data backup
  • Automated Machine Image (application) backup
  • High Availability and Failover within AWS
  • Disaster Recovery within AWS
  • Disaster Recovery outside of AWS with Azure Cloud
  • Automated Monitoring and Logging
  • Security of access and all data
CRM Trilogix Sales Force Automation cloud infrastructure
Simplified Cloud Infrastructure Diagram

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OGI™ (Organizational Growth Indicator)

OGI™ is a multi-tiered application, hosted on AWS (Amazon Web Services) cloud. The system is a new empirical, web browser accessible system, developed to assess organization’s innovative and transformative capability.

CRM Trilogix system infrastructure
Simplified Architecture Diagram

The system is composed of Administration and End User portals.

The End user portal is an online questionnaire accessed by members of the organization. The survey (questionnaire) is user id and password specific for protection purposes. The responses are saved per page. Users cannot continue to the next page unless the question is answered, which takes care of missing responses.

There is no real limit to how many end-users can use the survey during a defined period (example one day). The real challenge from a technological perspective, lies in the concurrent employee usage. Given current requirements and general usage patterns over 100 concurrent users (users acting on the system at exactly the same time, during the same minute); is supported as a threshold. The platform can be extended with various techniques to accommodate more concurrent users as necessary.

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