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Prompt: Develop a business network design plan that incorporates the business requirements, applications, users groups, and data flows. Implement the results
into the network design and complete the architecture.
Refer to the Module Two Assignment Lab Visio document to complete this assignment.
Your assignment will be to draft a network upgrade and maintenance plan that includes at minimum, the following critical elements:
A. Interview Process: Based on the OilMan Inc. scenario laid out in this exercise, determine the function of the business, its roles and responsibilities, the
layout of the organization, and the future goals that the organization wants to achieve. Document your findings and begin to organize your thoughts
around the business functionality. Make sure to utilize Microsoft Visio in this portion as you begin to lay out the design solution for OilMan Inc.
B. Application Identification: As you continue through this exercise and complete your initial interview with Oilman Inc., begin to identify the key
applications within the business and the impact on the network and begin the initial prioritization of each application in order of importance to the
revenue of the organization. Document the gathered information and start to think through how you would classify and organize the applications and
services need by the organization. Continue to build on Microsoft Visio layout from the previous section.
C. User Group Requirements: Next, use your time with the user groups to understand what their specific needs are to complete the job. This consists of
application use, time of day, delays, and failures of any network service they encounter on a daily basis. Develop a plan for the current concerns and
future requirements that users and management want to achieve in this scenario. Develop a requirements document that relates to the findings that
you have gathered in your analysis.
D. Data Flows: Once the information is gathered from the interview process, application identification, and user group requirements, it is time to
understand the logical flow of the data that is represented in the applications used and how they are accessed on a daily basis. Determine how the
services and applications are utilizing the network and where they are most utilized across the organization.It is important in this part of the exercise to begin the process of putting together a visual understanding of OilMan Inc., data flows, and what, where,
and how they are used. Continue to document these flows so that you can place them in your final architecture design.
E. Final Overall Architecture Plan: Now that all of the dependent information from the OilMan Inc. scenario has been captured, analyzed, and organized, it
is time to put this network design into a visual representation with the following requirements:
Network Equipment Location: Place the necessary equipment in a logical diagram
Application Flow: Show the flow of data within the logical diagram
Bandwidth Recommendation: State your recommended bandwidths in the logical diagram
Data Flow Usage: Calculate the defined data usage numbers and represent them within the diagram
User Requirements: State all the needed user requirements in the analysis document
Overview: Develop a business network design plan that incorporates the business requirements, applications, users groups, and data flows. Implement the
I will attach the diagram