Teacher-requested Proposal for school project

January 31, 2010 at 19:43:35
Specs: either UNIX /Windows server2003 / NOvell Netware networks O/s
my teacher ask me and my group to make a proposal about a company who need support for thier computer needs they have 50 pentium 3 computer and want to add 50 more units or you would suggest to damp all the 50 and replace a new one or i think upgrade all the 50

Funtional requirments

SERVER

RDBMS

*specifically supports Oracle RDBMS 10g
*Supports other major RDBMS(i.e. Informix, Sybase, SQL Server, etc.)for future upgrade or possible replacement

Operating System(supporrt for any one would do)

*Support the unix operating system
*Support the windows Server 2003
*Support the Novell Netware network O/S

CLIENT

Operating system(supports for anyone would do)

*Support microsoft windows XP
*supports any of flaver of Linux
*Supports Mac OS X or higher

APPLICATIONS

*Adobe Premiere Photoshop
*Oracle 10g Developmen Suite

MULTIMEDIA

*Supports audio and Video playback

NETWORK

*Supports TCP/IP network protocol
*Supports SPX/IPX network protocol

TECHNICAL SUPPORT

*Provides 24x7 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)support services
*Provides support through the web
*Provides tecnical support telephone hotlines
*Assures maximum response tome of 4 hours on-site support
*Provides product warranty of more than one(1) year

TRAINING

*Provides administrator and end-user training on the use and maintenance of the vendor products

SERVER

*Support 64-bit computing -OS/MB
*Minimum of 4 GB RAM
*Minimum of 400 GB of hard disk space
*DVD-Writer drive
*Tape drive(for backups) that supports at leasts 100 GB/tape
*17" SVGA color monitor or better


CLIENT
*Supports 64 bit computing
*Minimum of 1 GB RAM
*Minimum of 80 GB of hard disk space
*DVD-Writer drive
*19" SVGA color monitor or larger
*Video capture capability
*TV output
*Surround sound capability


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#1
February 1, 2010 at 02:04:55
So is the project wanting a plan for how to add/replace the pcs? Or are you needing the hardware to replace with?

More info please..


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#2
February 1, 2010 at 07:55:17
First I would suggest you type like a professional using proper capitalization, punctuation, and grammar. I know if you sent me a proposal or bid typed up the way you typed your question, I'd toss it in the trash bin out-of-hand without ever giving it a read. VERY unprofessional.

If you wish to be taken seriously you must act like a professional at all times.....even asking a question in a forum like this. It's just a good habit to get into.

Having said that............

You asked,

"they have 50 pentium 3 computer and want to add 50 more units or you would suggest to damp all the 50 and replace a new one or i think upgrade all the 50"

Then you stated.

CLIENT
*Supports 64 bit computing
*Minimum of 1 GB RAM
*Minimum of 80 GB of hard disk space
*DVD-Writer drive
*19" SVGA color monitor or larger
*Video capture capability
*TV output
*Surround sound capability

To my way of thinking this means you'll want to replace the PIII's with PIV's.


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#3
February 1, 2010 at 08:33:19
This looks like a homework assignment. It also appears the teacher is a bit behind the times.

Start with forget Netware and the spx/ipx protocol. No one runs either of those anymore. Netware went to pure ip in version 5 so there is no reason to run spx/ipx anymore.

Server specs for Oracle or other DB is way below par. There is no reason the server would be burning dvd's. Drives should be raided. Enterprise edition of MS OS. More than 4gig of ram if running Oracle.

There is no reason for dvd burner in workstations. That is a security issue. No reason for tv out, surround sound, or video capture in either a work or school environment. Unless you are a graphics/video editing business/training center.


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#4
February 1, 2010 at 09:01:42
haha very true Wanderer.. it looks like the teacher's project is from about 10 years ago.

Agreed that noone is running IPX anymore but some schools, government and large corporations are still running Netware.. most of these are either migrating to Linux (OES2) or Windows now though.


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