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Old 08-18-2010, 06:10 PM
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Computer and Network Systems Engineer ACS RPL Advice

Hi all

I am doing my skills assesment as a Computer and Network Systems Engineer (263111), as I dont have many qualifications I am doing a RPL for the ACS. I have completed everything up to the question :

3. Describe the design method you used on this project and the rationale for its selection.

The project reports I have done are essentially a network/domain migration and datacentre design and build, however I am stumped by this question.

Can anyone supply me with some advice as to what options I should consider for this answer? What design method might one use to design and build a Bladcentre (Vmware), SAN based datacentre?


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Old 08-19-2010, 12:06 AM
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We rarely get IT people coming back here with pearls of wisdom on such detail or for that matter very much at all and I'm no tech head in that area but I suppose it is something of a testing question to see if your experience measures up to that expected of IT professionals who have gone the study/qualifications/experience route and requires you to put your thinking cap on, ie.
If they are asking for a design method and rationale for using that it conveys to me that they would expect a project you have been responsible for would have been of such complexity there may have been a number of ways to approach it and that it could be something that started off with a client interface who had a particular need to be addressed and an IT system to be developed.
As you would be aware there are plenty of off the shelf products available for more run of the mill services but even then I would expect that an engineer would be addressing the clients needs to make sure all aspects were to be adequately covered.

To use an analogy of a traffic engineer for instance looking at suburban traffic management, roads are pretty much standard as are various control measures but a project to alleviate traffic issues might first start with a study of the traffic patterns to ascertain the background to the pattern.
That may determine whether traffic flow along arterial roads needs to be or can be improved or whether a bypass ought to be constructed and what issues need to be addressed in respect to either.

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