Business Analyst B1.3

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Topology Network, Hardware, Software and Capability Model

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Description

Topology Network, Hardware, Software and Capability Model

Course Syllabus

Course Type:                      Online Learning

Course Duration:               Self-Paced

Prerequisites:                      B1.2 Business Analyst

Qualification:                       No prior IT experience required

Requirements:                    Laptop, Earphones, WIFI.

 

Course Syllabus:                     

B1.3.1 Topology Network, Hardware, Software and Capability Model

  • Topology diagram –  Example Banking
  • Capability Model mapped over topology

 

B1.3.2 Distribution Channels

  • Topology diagram –   Example Branch Banking
  • Topology diagram –   Example of Branch-banking and ATM topology
  • Topology diagram –   Example of Branch-banking, ATM and Digital topology

 

 B1.3.3 Active, Passive, Disaster Recovery and Layers

  • Example of North or Active production environment
  • Example of South or Passive production environment
  • Example of Disaster Recovery (DR) production environment
  • The Presentation layer is the first layer of the banking topology
  • The Business layer is the second layer of the banking topology
  • The SOA layer is the third layer of the banking topology
  • The Data layer is the fourth layer of the banking topology

  

B1.3.4 Functions, Calls and Databases

  • Each Function uses one or more Infrastructure components to access the Topology
  • Functions access the company’s network and use the hardware and software on the Active Site
  • Functions access the company’s network and use the hardware and software on the Passive Site
  • Functions as a last resort can be served by the Disaster Recovery environment
  • The Topology diagram represents the Network, Hardware and Software packages used by functions
  • Calls between layers are done by Services such as WEB, SOAP, REST, WSDL through interfaces such as APIs or Webhooks
  • Calls between layers go through a cycle such as CRUD which can be mapped to a Service such as an API
  • Functions will mainly be developed by deploying APIs which trigger a set of routines, protocols and tools typically affecting Databases
  • A Database consists of various attributes
  • An example on how rows are selected using an API
  • An example on how rows are inserted using an API
  • An example on how rows are updated using an API
  • An example on how rows are deleted using an API
  • Further common API examples
  • Example of a call involving a customer table/file

 

B1.3.5 Revision and assignment

  • Revision of Topology Network, Hardware, Software and Capability Model
  • No assignment

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