Case Study on Genral Electric EIA

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0CASE STUDY-GENRAL ELECTRIC (EIA)Case Study-General Electric (EIA)Name of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor note
1CASE STUDY-GENRAL ELECTRIC (EIA)Table of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................2Discussion........................................................................................................................................2Enterprise Information Architecture Reference Architecture (EIA RA).....................................3Architecture Overview Diagram..............................................................................................3Component Relationship Diagram..........................................................................................5Information Management and Integration...................................................................................6Application and Data Storage Infrastructure Design...................................................................8Application and Service Integration............................................................................................9Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................9Recommendations..........................................................................................................................10References......................................................................................................................................11
2CASE STUDY-GENRAL ELECTRIC (EIA)IntroductionThe General Electric is a multinational conglomerate corporation based in New York andheadquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, United States (Ge.com., 2018). The conglomeratecorporation is defined as a large corporation formed by merging of different and distinct parts oritems. The report focuses on the case study of General Electric that has proposed a projectIndustrial Internet. There are diagrams also which demonstrates the scenario of the case study.The purpose of the report is to explain General Electric case study on Industrial Internet projectwith reference to Enterprise Information Architecture and diagrams. The cloud options andsuitability are also discussed.The structure of this report is a brief explanation of General Electric and details of theproposed project through Architecture Overview Diagram and Component RelationshipDiagram. The other sections of this report are strategies for integration of informationmanagement and cloud infrastructure strategies.DiscussionThe General Electric Corporation is a big player and holds a reputable position in market.The Industrial Internet is proposed By General Electric to have powerful operations that canimmediately identify system failures and downtime (MIT Sloan Management Review., 2018).The project can also withstand high risk situations such as life-threatening situations and providesafety. The following sections will discuss the General Electric Corporation details and theoverall scenario of the Industrial Internet project with reference to Enterprise Information
3CASE STUDY-GENRAL ELECTRIC (EIA)Architecture templates. The cloud infrastructure strategy and strategies for services andapplications integration are also discussed in details to analyze the project.Enterprise Information Architecture Reference Architecture (EIA RA)The below two diagrams are Enterprise Information Architecture models which explainthe General Electric case study on Industrial Internet.Architecture Overview DiagramThe General Electric project Industrial Internet is presented through building blocks thathelp to build and develop the project. The common functional capabilities are described throughArchitecture Overview Diagram for future business prospective. The Architecture OverviewDiagram is designed according the business needs for General Electric project Industrial Internet.The Architecture Overview Diagram shows the capabilities that are required to achieve theobjective and the required goal of Industrial Internet project in General Electric (Chang, 2016).The goals which are required to be achieved are described briefly. The first goal is real-timemonitoring and acquisition of data through the Industrial Internet project to analyze theenvironment outside and inside of General Electric. The second goal is real-time analytics ofdata that are necessary to build and develop Industrial Internet project within General Electric.The third goal is to integrate predictive business analysis and purposes for future prospective andeffective operation of Industrial Internet for the General Electric business growth. The fourthgoal is to properly present Industrial Internet project to the General Electric managementdepartment for authentication and authorization. The fifth goal is to finally present to thecustomer to assess the impacts of Industrial Internet on the business growth of General Electric.
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