Project on System Analysis and Design

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Running head: SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGNSystem Analysis and DesignName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor’s Note:
1SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGNTable of ContentsIntroduction................................................................................................................................2Discussion..................................................................................................................................21. Non-Functional Requirements of the System....................................................................21.1 Functionality................................................................................................................31.2 Usability.......................................................................................................................31.3 Reliability.....................................................................................................................31.4 Performances................................................................................................................41.5 Security........................................................................................................................42. Comparison and Contrast between Functional Requirements and Non-FunctionalRequirements of the System...................................................................................................43. Selection of Cloud..............................................................................................................53.1 Strengths of Selected Cloud Solution..........................................................................53.2 Weaknesses of Selected Cloud Solution......................................................................64. System Development Life Cycle Approach.......................................................................74.1 Description of Predictive Approach.............................................................................74.2 Description of Adaptive Approach..............................................................................7Conclusion..................................................................................................................................8References................................................................................................................................10
2SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGNIntroductionThe project of Telehealth was eventually started for the better development ofadmittance to the health care in almost all the services in healthcare and hospitals that are notpresent in urban areas (Henderson et al., 2013). This causes a major problem for any patient,as they are unable to contact to the health experts or hospitals. The professionals or theexperts of the healthcare are often separated by the long distances and this particular featuremakes the situation absolutely tough for all the patients from reaching out to the particularhospitals or doctors and nurses. It is considered as one of the most common problems in therustic areas that for the issues in communicating with any hospital or health expert, thepatient has significant problems for the completion of their treatments (Wacker et al., 2013).This project of Telehealth was started for this significant reason so that their treatment couldbe completed without going to any health expert or hospital. The entire initiative was treatingthe patients by means of tools.This particular report will give a proper explanation on the entire Telehealth project.The report will be helping to understand the various requirements that are non-functional forthe project. The major non-functional requirements of Telehealth project are thefunctionalities, usability, reliability, performance and finally security (Phillips et al., 2016).The project of Telehealth may consider a cloud based solution and the different types ofclouds will be described here, which will eventually include all the merits and the demerits ofthe suggested cloud. The SDLC approach with specific details will also be described here.
3SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGNDiscussion1. Non-Functional Requirements of the SystemAny particular situation can be easily judged with the help of the non-functionalrequirements of any system. There are various non-functional requirements in Telehealthproject (Chen & Zhao, 2012). The major non-functional requirements of the Telehealthproject are known as FURPS. The full form of FURPS is Functionality, Usability, Reliability,Performance and lastly Security.1.1 FunctionalityThe first non functional requirement of Telehealth is Functionality. This is extremelyimportant for the Telehealth project as it describes the complete functionalities of the system(Chung et al., 2012). This particular system requires the basic functions of daily updates andproper data access. The user, who is accessing the data, will be able to understand the entireproblem of the patients, only by viewing the data stored in the system. Therefore, thisparticular requirement is extremely vital.1.2 UsabilityThe second non-functional requirement of Telehealth project is usability. Thisrequirement eventually refers to the effortlessness of learnability and proper utilization of anytool or object (AlZain et al., 2012). The important benefit of the project is the simpleutilization with excellent efficiency. The project of Telehealth never considers the problem incommunication within any health expert or patient.1.3 ReliabilityReliability is the third most important non-functional requirement of this specificproject, namely, Telehealth. The entire system of Telehealth is absolutely reliable and can beeasily trusted as all the experts of healthcare and hospitals are real. These professionals are
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