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1. Title

  • A Complete Introduction to System Engineering and Application Architecture (SYSENG, 2 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Previous experience in a systems engineering role.

3. Target Audience

  • IT Professionals who want to learn how to apply the principles of system engineering to their projects

4. Dates and Pricing


2 People for Guaranteed Live or Virtual Delivery $1,675.00 per person

5. Outline

Module 1: Essential Concepts

Topic 1: About Functional and Project Organizations

Topic 2: Introducing Waterfall Methods: Overview, Advantages and Disadvantages

Topic 3: Introducing the Iterative Method: The Need for Small Steps

Topic 4: Understanding the Rational Unified Process

Topic 5: Understanding Agile Methods

Topic 6: Clarifying Agile Methods: What is and is not Agile?

Topic 7: The Challenges of Applying am Iterative Method

Topic 8: An Overview of Change Management

Module 2: Iterative Methods

Topic 1: Exploring the Iterative Method from Inception to Deployment

Topic 2: The Rational Unified Process from Beginning to End

Topic 3: Exploring Inception

Topic 4: Exploring Elaboration

Topic 5: Exploring Construction

Topic 6: Exploring Transition

Topic 7: A Closer Look at Agile Methods

Module 3: Smooth Beginnings: Inception

Topic 1: How to Start? Comparing Waterfall and Iterative Methods

Topic 2: The Role of the Business Case

Topic 3: The Importance of Requirements: Business and System

Topic 4: Understanding Requirements in an Iterative Method: How Detailed are They?

Topic 5: Creating the Iteration Plan

Topic 6: Estimating Costs and Timelines in an Iterative Method

Topic 7: Creating a High Level Architecture

Topic 8: Common Mistakes when Migrating from a Waterfall Method

Topic 9: Roles and Responsibilities

Module 4: The Systems Engineering Process

Topic 1: Process Overview: Goals and Objectives

Topic 2: Inputs, Outputs and Expected Outcomes

Topic 3: Challenges and Risks

Topic 4: High Level Design

Topic 5: Detailed Design

Topic 6: Build and Verify

Topic 7: Implementation

Topic 8: Life Cycle Management

Module 5: High Level Design

Topic 1: Reviewing Inputs, Outputs and Activities

Topic 2: Producing the System Engineering Plan

Topic 3: Producing the System Requirements Specification (SRS)

Topic 4: Producing the System Design Specification (SDS)

Module 6: Writing the System Design Specification (SDS)

Topic 1: Introduction to the SDS

Topic 2: About the SDS Structure

Topic 3: System Wide Decisions

Topic 4: Identity, Access Management and Directory Services Strategy

Topic 5: Service Continuity Strategy

Topic 6: System Management Strategy

Module 7: Writing the System Requirements Specification (SRS)

Topic 1: The Structure of the SRS

Topic 2: About Technical Requirements

Topic 3: Managing Scope and Technical Details

Topic 4: How much Details is too much Detail?

Topic 5: Best Practices and Techniques

Topic 6: Common Mistakes in Writing Technical Specifications

Topic 7: Mapping Functional Requirements to Technical Requirements

Topic 8: Using Appropriate Language: Editing and Rewriting Technical Requirements

Topic 9: Managing Technical Requirements

Topic 10: About Acceptance Criteria and Test Plans

Module 8: Build and Verify and Requirements

Topic 1: Testing Fundamentals

Topic 2: Tracing Requirements back to their Origins

Topic 3: Finalizing Essential Documents

Topic 4: Updating Related Documents

Topic 5: Wrapping things Up

Module 9: Finalizing the Design

Topic 1: Build and Verify

Topic 2: Final Design Review (FDR

Topic 3: Implementation

Topic 4: In-Service Support and Life Cycle Management

Topic 5: Review

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