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ISYS615 IT Infrastructure assessment
Plan an IT infrastructure solution for a small organisation, including a network based on standard technology components, servers, security devices, and several different types of computing clients. The IT infrastructure solution should aim at achieving sustainable global economy and environmental responsibilities.
The management of AusEd has decided to review the existing information technology infrastructure to cater for the increasing demand for better services for both staffs and students. Assume that you are the IT Infrastructure manager for AusEd. Further, you were assigned the responsibilities to review the exiting IT Infrastructure for the purpose creating a proposal for a new IT infrastructure.
Please read the case study for AusEd posted in the LEO. The ISYS615 assessment 2 is about creating an overall IT Infrastructure proposal for AusEd. The proposal is an overview of the entire IT infrastructure to be presented to the AusEd management for future planning. The proposal will include IT Infrastructure diagram of the overall system. The diagram will include network infrastructure, all types of servers and clients as well as where they are located within the network. Indicate the presence of security features such as firewalls, VPNs. Finally briefly describe how the various sections of the plan serve the business needs of the internal and external users of the system.
Sections and Criteria of report
1. Project Preliminaries Description (5%)
2. Purpose and scope of the problem space as well as business context (10%)
3. Scope of the system descriptions and assumptions (10%)
4. Appropriate System design by using suitable schematic diagrams (30%)
5. A complete list of equipment, devices necessary for the design. (10%)
6. A cost analysis of the proposed Infrastructure design. (20%)
7. Consider and apply techniques for achieving sustainable global economy and environmental responsibilities, e.g. e-waste, green IT consideration.
8. Appendix (bibliography, glossary of terms) (5%)
Formula to calculate mark = mark allocation for a criterion * achievement level. The appendix B is the assessment rubric.
Grading Rubric for Practical- Information Technology Infrastructure design
GRADING RUBRIC FOR PRACTICAL- INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE DESIGN (TOTAL MARKS =30 MARKS)
Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs)
5. Plan an IT infrastructure solution for a small organisation, including a network based on standard technology components, servers, security devices, and several different types of computing clients. The IT infrastructure solution should aim at achieving sustainable global economy and environmental responsibilities
ILO Criteria Standards
Below Expectations Meets Expectations Exceeds Expectations
Level 1 (e.g. F) Level 2 (e.g. P) Level 3 (e.g. C) Level 4 (e.g. D) Level 5 (e.g. HD)
5 A report which demonstrates thorough understanding of the context within which projects are implemented and a realistic approach to achieving project success. (15 Marks) No submission or submission containing little or no material relevant to a potential project sponsor. Many omissions and/or inconsistencies such that a potential project sponsor would not consider offering the project to the student. Some omissions and/or inconsistencies which might raise some concerns in a potential project sponsor as to the students capabilities and/or motivation. Sufficient detail such that a potential project sponsor could be satisfied the student is aware of and understands all obvious relevant issues. All relevant information provided leaving little or no need for follow-up questions from a potential project sponsor.
5 A well-structured and understandable report appropriate for an audience of project sponsors. (15 Marks) No submission or material in the submission incomprehensible. Submitted late and/or
much too long or too short and/or
illogical structure or inconsistent style. Submitted on time and of adequate size but not demonstrating a serious attempt to engage the audience and/or cater to the audiences expectations and requirements. A serious attempt to cater to the expectations of a potential project sponsor but nonetheless with opportunities to improve in structure, presentation etc. A clear, concise, wellstructured and easily understood communication.