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Running Head: SYSTEM ANALYSIS PGAssessment[Student Name Here][Institution’s Name Here][Professor’s Name Here][Date Here]
SYSTEM ANALYSIS PG2Table of ContentsIntroduction.............................................................................................................3The Non-functional requirements..........................................................................3System qualities......................................................................................................3User interface (UI) and the system interface..........................................................4System constraints..................................................................................................5Cloud-based solutions.............................................................................................5Strengths of cloud-based resources........................................................................6Weaknesses............................................................................................................6System development life cycle................................................................................7Predictive SDLC approach.....................................................................................7Advantages..........................................................................................................8Disadvantages.....................................................................................................8Adaptive SDLC approach......................................................................................8Advantages..........................................................................................................9Disadvantages.....................................................................................................9Recommendation.....................................................................................................9Conclusion..............................................................................................................10References ............................................................................................................................ 12
SYSTEM ANALYSIS PG3IntroductionIn the modern society having general information technology systems is not enough as they donot guarantee the full availability of ICT resources. This conclusion stems from the countlesstechnological advancements that facilitate the transfer of information and the demands made byusers who require efficient service delivery systems[ CITATION Gho12 \l 1033 ]. Now, consideringthe Headspace project, similar events are taking place as the organization tries to enhance itsexisting service delivery systems. In the existing conditions, patients records i.e. their stories andaccounts are never stored for later reference. This outcome affects the treatments given to thepatients as most of them are unable to re-live their traumatizing ordeals. Therefore, the project athand aims to eliminate this shortcoming by incorporating the efficiencies of cloud computinginto information system so that data can be adequately stored. Furthermore, the same project willincrease the availability and accessibility of information by employing real-time systems into thehealthcare activities[ CITATION Rac17 \l 1033 ]. This report analyses this project in relation to cloudtechnology, design procedures and the non-functional requirements.The Non-functional requirementsThese are elements that determine the user’s judgment regarding the developed system. Inessence, these factors are necessary for a fruitful interaction between the end user and thesystems at hand. Therefore, non-functional requirements can is as the criteria elements/factorsthat judge a system based on its overall performance of different operations[ CITATION CSI04 \l1033 ]. This definition is different as compared to functional requirements which outline theactual system’s functions and capabilities.
SYSTEM ANALYSIS PG4System qualitiesThe system’s attributes that determine the runtime behaviour of the software package and theuser’s overall experience. In simple terms, the system qualities will determine the impact that thesystems will have on the users depending on the application platform[ CITATION Chu12 \l 1033 ].Let’s highlight some of these qualities:System integrity– an element that falls within the larger topic of design qualities which is theinherent property that defines the collaboration of system operations. In all, the system mustuphold its original user’s specifications.System usability– the ability to meet the users’ demands and requirements through seamlessinteractions and performance[ CITATION Low17 \l 1033 ].Runtime factors:Reliability– A quality that will determine the consistency of operations i.e. it's exhibited whenthe system is able to uphold its operational objectives.Performance– the system’s responsiveness to user commands and operations.Security– the guarantee of protecting user’s resources more so data as extensive networkinginfrastructures lose[ CITATION Rah15 \l 1033 ].User interface (UI) and the system interfaceIn data management, visual displays are critical components of delivering the results to the endusers. In essence, these elements (Visual displays) deliver the final solutions of data managementoperations to the end users using appropriate visual elements. Now, the user interface defines theinteraction with the user through the GUIs (graphical user interface). Moreover, they determine
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