A system architecture and migration plan for the student services department of the Marine Corps Institute
Evers, Clayton O
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This thesis is part of a year long project that was undertaken by NPS students and faculty to develop a system architecture and migration plan for the transition from a legacy information system to a client server based, open information system for the Marine Corps Institute (MCI). The primary objective of this thesis is to develop the technology architecture required to support the information systems of the Student Services Department (SSD) of MCI and to address the complex issues of system migration. This thesis conducts an analysis of existing hardware and software, defines a technology architecture that will support the operational requirements of the data and business process model developed by other team members, and proposes a migration plan to transition from the current architecture to the proposed architecture that addresses both technical and human factor issues. The thesis culminates in specific recommendations for MCI with regard to the hardware, software, and migration issues
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