|SD 2: System Design|
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|PM2||accepted||All||Offer Evaluation (1)||-||-|
|-||-||Existing||System Architecture||SD1 (2) ,
|-||-||Existing||Technical Requirements||SD3||being proc.||
Other Application Information
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Figure 4.3: SD2 - System Design
This solution proposal is evaluated with the help of the feasibility studies that are based on the User Requirements and the available product information. The result of this evaluation with regard to the possible use of off-the-shelf-products has to be taken into consideration in the possibly following update of the System Architecture.
The solution proposal is refined and the allocation of User Requirements to the elements of the System Architecture is realized. Details for the Technical Requirements must be generated, as far as this is possible.
The definition of the System Architecture ends with the identification of the interfaces (system interfaces to the environment [e. g. to the user and other systems] and interfaces between elements of the System).
|IT Representative||cooperating (SD2.1,
||IT Security Representative
SD2.1 - Technical System Design
(1) In case off-the-shelf products are to be used.
(2) In case a requirements controlling is to be realized on the basis of an actual architecture proposal.