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      • Objectives
        • In this lesson, you will learn to:
          • Analyze the requirements for planning a network
          • Analyze the components of a network design plan
          • Analyze the requirements for network design
      • Planning a Network
        • A network infrastructure comprises the physical and logical components that are required to meet an organization’s networking needs.
        • Planning a network infrastructure helps you:
          • To visualize the integration of the logical and physical components of the network.
          • To ensure that the network infrastructure you design meets the present and the future requirements of the organization.
      • Planning a Network (Contd.)
        • To create a network infrastructure plan, you need to consider the following factors:
          • Organization’s size
          • Networking needs
          • Networking costs
          • Organization’s vision
          • Future uncertainties
      • Analyzing Network Planning Requirements
        • You can analyze the networking requirements for an organization, based on the following broad categories:
          • Network topology and addressing
          • Name resolution
          • Secure data transmission
          • Network and remote access
          • Server availability
      • Analyzing Components of a Network Design Plan
        • You need to create a network design plan based on your analysis of network planning requirements.
        • The network design plan consists of the following three components:
          • Master project plan
          • Key stakeholders
          • Scope management tools
      • Master Project Plan
        • The master project plan is a collection of all individual plans of a project.
        • The master project plan consists of the following components:
          • Communication plan
          • Budget plan
          • Capacity plan
          • Purchase plan
          • Training plan
          • Risk assessment plan
          • Deployment plan
          • Test plan
          • Pilot
          • Security plan
          • Support plan
      • Key Stakeholders
        • Key stakeholders are people who have a considerable stake in the project.
        • They can influence the outcome of the project.
        • You should identify the key stakeholders of the project during the early stages of the project.
        • A key stakeholder of a project can be someone who:
          • understands the hierarchy of the organization.
          • is aware of the technical part of the project.
          • is in charge of the IT help desk of the organization.
          • understands the relationship of the organization with the outer world.
          • is in charge of the project execution in the organization.
          • represents end users of the project.
      • Scope Management Tools
        • Scope management is essential for the success of any project because any unwanted delay in completing a project or any unnecessary increase in the project costs can cause the failure of a project.
        • You should create a written scope statement at the start of the project, which includes project objectives and project deliverables.
        • The two most common scope management tools are:
          • Trade-off triangle: Describes the relationship among three variables that determine how quickly a project can be completed: resources, schedule, and feature.
          • Trade-off matrix: Is an agreement between the project team and customer regarding the default preferences when making trade-off choice between the variables, resources, schedule, and feature.
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      • Practice- Analyzing Network Infrastructure Requirements
        • Problem Statement
          • You are working as a system administrator in BlueMoon Computers, Inc., a leading computer parts manufacturer in the United States. The company has an annual turnover of 300 million U.S. dollars and employee strength of 2500. The company plans to increase its annual turnover to 500 million U.S. dollars in the next two years. To achieve this target, the company plans to open three new branch offices at Paris, Virginia, and Geneva with employee strength of 100 to 150 in each branch office. The Research and Development center of the company will be located at the Geneva branch office. The company has acquired three-storeyed buildings at the three new branch office locations. In addition, the company has acquired three buildings at each location as customer care outlets for each branch office.
      • Practice- Analyzing Network Infrastructure Requirements (Contd.)
          • Basic requirements of the management are:
            • The network setup should be robust and scalable.
            • Data transmission should be secure and authenticated.
            • The employees of the marketing department need to be given full access to the organizational network, even if they are traveling for business meetings.
          • Based on these requirements, you need to analyze the network design requirements and the master project plan. Analyzing the master project plan includes creating the network infrastructure diagram and planning the phases in which the entire project will be executed.
      • Practice- Analyzing Network Infrastructure Requirements (Contd.)
        • Solution
          • 1. Analyze network design requirements
          • 2. Analyze the master project plan
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      • Summary
      • In this lesson, you learned that:
        • Planning a network infrastructure helps visualize the integration of the logical and physical components of the proposed network, keeping in mind the present and future requirements of the organization.
        • To create a network infrastructure plan, you need to consider the following factors:
          • Organization’s size
          • Networking needs
          • Networking costs
          • Organization’s vision
          • Future uncertainties
        • You can analyze the networking requirements for an organization based on the following categories:
          • Network topology and addressing
          • Name resolution
      • Summary (Contd.)
          • Secure data transmission
          • Network and remote access
          • Server availability
        • A network design plan consists of three components:
          • Master project plan
          • Key stakeholders
          • Scope-management tools