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Sample Mindmap – Project RUP Network

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Sample Mindmap – Project Risk Assessment

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Sample Word – Infrastructure Information Systems Planning Policy

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Sample Word – Infrastructure Vendor Relationships Policy

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Sample Word – Infrastructure Network Support Policy

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Sample Visio – ITIL Service Support Processes – Functions

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Sample Visio – ITIL Relationships with ISO and BIP

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Sample Visio – ITIL Processes

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Sample Visio – Financial Banking Institutional Drawing

Posted in Compliances (1300),Security (1500),Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the July 24th, 2012
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Financial Banking Institutional Summaries

Posted in Compliances (1300),Security (1500) by Guest on the July 23rd, 2012

Banking Financial Institutional Summaries

What kinds of Financial Institutions are there:

  1. Banks
  2. Savings and Loans
  3. Credit Unions
  4. Mutual Saving Banks 

Governance

o   Regulatory agencies

o   Internal policies, standards, processes and procedures

o   Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation was created in 1933

o   Federal Reserve System consists of at least 12 district banks with at least 24 branches

o   Federal Member banks control nearly 80% of all US Bank deposits

o   Basic function of all Financial Institutions

Balance Sheets

Assets

  1. Cash
  2. Securities
  3. Loans
  4. Financial premises and equipment

Liabilities and Capital

Deposits

  1. Demand
  2. Savings
  3. Time

Reserve for Loan losses

Capital accounts

  1. Capital stock
  2. Surplus
  3. Undivided profits 

Total capital

Total Liabilities and Capital

Liabilities

Statement of Income

Operating Income

Interest and fees on loans

Interest on securities

  1. US Government
  2. State and Municipal
  3. Other 

Other income

Total Operating Income 

Income before income taxes and securities gains (losses)

Applicable income taxes

Income before securities gains (losses)

Net security gains (losses), less related tax effect

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PowerPoint – CRM – ERP Business View – Behind the Numbers

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Free PowerPoint document.  Business decision-makers need

  • Better information
  • More current information

CRM – ERP Business View

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Sample Excel – SIM – SEM Estimate Calculations of Log Events Per Second Spread Sheet

Secirity Information Management (SIM), Security Event Management (SEM)

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Sample Excel – Clinical EHR Clinical Application Titles / Roles and Permissions Spread Sheet

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HITECH, HITRUST and HIPAA

Active Directory, Open Systems, Applications and Databases permissions for Clinical EHR, EPIC, Meditec, AllScripts, PACS clinical Application Titles / Roles and Permissions Download file:

Clinical EHR Clinical Application Titles / Roles and Permissions

Roles Responsibilities and Permissions

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Sample Excel – SharePoint User Role Permissions Spread Sheet

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Sample Excel – Business Model Dashboard Spread Sheet

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Sample Excel – SharePoint RFI – RFP User Role Permissions Spread Sheet

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Sample Visio – Firewall Distribution Network drawing

Posted in Firewalls (75),Security (1500),Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the July 20th, 2012

Free – Firewall Fireproof  Document download

Firewall Distribution Network drawing

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Sample Visio – Firewall Partner Business Network Fireproof Internet drawing

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Sample Visio – Allscript New Order Flows

Free Download Allscripts Healthcare Application Visio flows.

Allscript New Order Flows

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Backup Disaster Recovery Timelines

Posted in Application (380) by Guest on the July 18th, 2012

The realities of – Backup Disaster Recovery Timelines

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Sample – HA Monitoring Business Charter

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Business Case

The Enterprise Java Team’s has created a standard development Application Monitoring Standard. This project’s goal was to create a document outlining this standard and to look for any gaps in the currently available Application Monitoring Frameworks that need to be filled. 

This charter is to outline those gaps and the solutions to fill them. There are two types of gaps to be filled.  

  • Technology gaps that limit the use of the Monitoring Frameworks.  These would be filled by updating the High Availability Code itself. 
  • Missing Business Functionality gaps.  These would be filled by both updating the High Availability code and/or creating new application(s). 

Business Problem(s)

It has been determined from members of the Enterprise Java Team that there exists some missing capabilities in the currently existing High Availability Monitoring Frameworks.  The HA Monitoring Frameworks is corporate written code that has the following capabilities: 

  • A Test Harness that allows for testing standard infrastructure and application availability and to create application specific tests where the standard tests aren’t sufficient. 
  • A HA Test Harness that uses the same test suite as above but adds capabilities for notifications of problems, Logging of tests, and xml output for tool parsing. 
  • An Eclipse Plug-in to RAD (A Fat Client) that allows for easy configuration of these tests. 
  • A Threaded Monitor to run these tests in a development environment. 
  • Processes and Procedures to implement these tools. 

The above applications and processes need to be updated to fill the technology gaps. 

An additional application needs to be designed and created to generate reports out of the system including availability metrics to fill the Missing Business Functionality Gap.

 Business Opportunity

  • To fully enable the High Availability Monitoring Framework to support the availability of our Critical Applications.  
  • To fully enable the standards created by the Enterprise Java Team. 
  • To give the business community an application to show metrics on the tests run. 

Goal

To fill in the gaps that has been determined by the Development Team.  

  • Measurable Success Criteria (from the business partner’s perspective)
  • A Cycle 2 Charter with detailed information on staffing, costs, and timelines necessary to complete the business requirements.

Scope

High Level Functional Requirements

  • Source Code Management Technology
  • The framework must be able to be configured separately for each application using the framework without the framework itself having to be kept in a separate branch for each application, or in multiple places in the source code repository. 

Multiple Instances Technology

  • The framework must be able to be configured to work where the application is deployed to two different servers, and the framework can be configured once, and still be able to:
  • Run tests against that particular application instance.
  • Send notifications to support which reference the correct web server and JVM for looking at the logs. 

In Application Memory Technology

The framework must provide a facility for application writers to test facets of the application that reside completely within the memory space of the application. 

Reporting (Business Functionality)

The framework must be able to provide a report of test execution results over time.  One of these reports must be a report of recent outages, which is simple and easy for a business owner to understand.  Included in this report should be availability metric.

  • Non-Functional Requirements
  • Document all High Level Functional Requirements.
  • Major Project Activities
  • Interview Development Team members and possibly Business Partners to determine detailed implementation of the above High Level requirements.
  • Gather requirements for the metrics application and application updates.
  • Determine effort and staffing required to complete these requirements.
  • Create a Cycle 2 Charter outlining these requirements, staffing, costs, etc. 

Items Out of Scope

  • Anything not in sections above. 

Deliverables

  • A Cycle 2 Charter. 

Assumptions and Dependencies

  • Availability of resources.
  • Risks and Obstacles
  • Non-availability of resources

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Sample Visio – Allscripts Outbound Order Flows

Free Download Allscripts Healthcare Application Visio flows.

Allscripts Outbound Order Flows

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Sample Visio – Allscripts Registration Flows

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Sample Visio – Mainframe Architecture

Posted in Visio Samples - Stencils (457) by Guest on the July 17th, 2012

Sample Visio Mainframe Architecture:

Mainframe Architecture

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Sample Visio – NFS Protocol Stack / VFS drawing

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NFS Protocol Stack / VFS

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NFS/DFS:  An Overview

  • Unix distributed filesystems are used to
    • centralize administration of disks
    • provide transparent file sharing across a network
  • Three main systems:
    • NFS: Network File Systems developed by Sun Microsystems 1984
    • AFS: Andrew Filesystem developed by Carnegie-Mellon University
  • Unix NFS packages usually include client and server components
    • A DFS server shares local files on the network
    • A DFS client mounts shared files locally
    • a Unix system can be a client, server or both depending on which commands are executed
  • Can be fast in comparasion to many other DFS
    • Very little overhead
    • Simple and stable protocols
    • Based on RPC (The R family and S family) 

Overview of NFS

  • Developed by Sun Microsystems 1984
  • Independent of operating system, network, and transport protocols.
  • Available on many platforms including:
    • Linux, Windows, OS/2, MVS, VMS, AIX, HP-UX….
  • Restrictions of NFS
    • stateless open architecture
    • Unix filesystem semantics not guaranteed
    • No access to remote special files (devices, etc.)
  • Restricted locking
    • file locking is implemented through a separate lock daemon
  • Industry standard is currently nfsV3 as default in
    • RedHat, SuSE, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Slackware, Solaris, HP-UX, Gentoo
  • Kernel NFS or UserSpace NFS 

Versions of NFS

  • Version 2:
    • Supports files up to 4GB long (most common 2GByte)
    • Requires an NFS server to successfully write data to its disks before the write request is considered successful
    • Has a limit of 8KB per read or write request. (1 TCP Window)
  • Version 3 is the industry standard:
    • Supports extremely large file sizes of up to 264 – 1 bytes
    • Supports files up to 8 Exabyte
    • Supports the NFS server data updates as being successful when the data is written to the server’s cache
    • Negotiates the data limit per read or write request between the client and server to a mutually decided optimal value.
  • Version 4 is coming:
    • File locking and mounting are integrated in the NFS daemon and operate on a single, well known TCP port, making network security easier
    • Support for the bundling of requests from each client provides more efficient processing by the NFS server.
    • File locking is mandatory, whereas before it was optional 

NFS Daemons

  • Portmap The primary daemon upon which all the RPC rely
    • Manages connections for applications that use the RPC specification
    • Listens to TCP port 111 for initial connection
    • negotiate a range of TCP ports, usually above port 1024, for further comms.
    • You need to run portmap on both the NFS server and client.
  • Nfs (rpc.nfsd)

–        Starts the RPC processes needed to serve shared NFS file systems

–        Listens to TCP or UDP port 2049 (port can vary)

–        The nfs daemon needs to be run on the NFS server only.

  • Nfslock (rpc.mountd)
    • Used to allow NFS clients to lock files on the server via RPC processes.
    • Neogated port UDP/TCP port
    • The nfslock daemon needs to be run on both the NFS server and client
  • netfs
    • Allows RPC processes run on NFS clients to mount NFS filesystems on the server.
    • The nfslock daemon needs to be run on the NFS client only.

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