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    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      1
      Building E-commerce applications and Infrastructure
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      Seminar 7
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      2
      Agenda
      E-commerce system architecture
      Implementation strategies
      Microsoft Solutions for Internet Business
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      3
      Core architectural ideas
      Understanding of roles
      Decomposition of functions
      Linking content to transactions
      How the user makes the transactions
      How the information is verified
      How the information matches up
      Trust model
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      4
      Roles
      Customer roles
      Specifier, approver, buyer, recipient
      Business roles
      Business decision makers (BDMs)
      Business managers
      Content designer
      Content author
      Information technology roles
      System architect
      Software developer
      System administrator
      Operations manager
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      5
      Decomposition of functions
      Content management system
      Transaction processing system
      Payment processor
      Fulfillment systems
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      6
      Implementation phases
      Project design
      Envisioning (sales)
      Planning
      Software development
      Content development
      Deployment
      Hosting and operations
      Transaction services
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      7
      Implementation options
      In-house v.s. Outsource
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      8
      Implementation options (cont)
      Outsourcing decision making
      Is the project a core competency?
      Is the technology a commodity
      What are the technology and project rates of change?
      To what extent does the project need to be integrated
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      9
      Implementation options (cont)
      Packaged applications
      Content creation and management
      Order processing
      Fulfillment
      Integrated system
      Working with system integrators
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      10
      Implementation options (cont)
      The roles of Service Providers
      Communication services
      Hosting services
      Application service providers
      Commerce service providers
      Web services
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      11
      MSIB: business context
      Business and other organizations are always looking for ways to better serve their customers, improve efficiencies, reduce costs, or increase revenue
      Significant advantages to interacting with customers across multiple sales channels
      E-business is not a core competency in many companies and other organizations
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      12
      MSIB: Conceptual design of a Internet business website
      Web tier
      Data tier
      Administration Tier
      The administration tier provides domain services, management and monitoring capabilities, and an interface for analyzing site activity.
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      13
      MSIB: overall physical design
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      14
      MSIB: web tier and data tier
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      15
      MSIB: network topology
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      16
      MSIB: sample deployment
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      17
      MSIB: design consideration
      Security
      Firewalls, authentication
      Manageability
      Goal: Reduce the complexity of management and operations
      Approaches
      Separate the functional components into two physical layers
      Use tools for cluster management, performance monitoring and failure detection
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      18
      Design consideration (cont)
      Availability
      Measurement
      Approaches:
      Fault tolerance
      Clustering
    • Tuesday, April 27, 2004
      INFO4010 Readings in E-commerce
      19
      Design consideration (cont)
      Scalability
      Scale up
      Scale out