Selecting the Deployment Site in .NET

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System deployment sites vary as a function of system mission. Consider the following examples:
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A computer system for an organization may have a limited number of deployment sites within an of ce building, even within the room of the existing computer system being replaced.
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The NASA Surveyor and Apollo programs had to select landing sites on the Moon.
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A business may require immediate access to a multi-modal facility that provides land, sea, and air transportation.
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An astronomical observatory may require a remote, unpopulated location far from the effects of atmospheric haze and scattering of city lights.
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Site selection requires establishing boundary constraints that impact site selection. These include environmental threats to wildlife habitat, drinking water aquifers, preservation of historical and cultural sites, and political and religious sensitivities.
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Successful system deployment at operational sites begins with the Site Activation Concept. The basic idea is to identify HOW and WHERE the User considers deploying the SYSTEM at the site, either permanently or temporarily. In the Introduction of this book, we stated that system success BEGINS with successful ENDINGS. This requires deriving all the hierarchical tasks and activities that contribute to achieving success before any insightful planning, preparation, and enroute coordination of events, accomplishments, and criteria identi ed in the Integrated Master Plan (IMP) can take place. Such is particularly the case for facility engineering. Modifying Existing Facilities. Preparation for operational site activation begins with establishing the FACILITY interface requirements to accommodate the new system. The mechanism for identifying and specifying these requirements is the facility interface speci cation (FIS). The FIS speci es and bounds the boundary envelope conditions, capabilities and performance requirements to ensure that all facility interfaces are capable, compatible, and interoperable with the new SYSTEM. Developing the Operational Site Activation Plan. The operation site activation plan describes the organization, roles and responsibilities, tasks, resources, and schedule required to
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develop and activate a new facility or to modify an existing facility. One of the key objectives of the plan is to describe HOW the system will be installed, aligned, calibrated, and integrated, as applicable, into higher level systems without interrupting normal operations, if relevant. Site Development Planning Approvals. Approval of operational site activation plans sometimes requires several months or even years. At issue are things such as statutory and regulatory compliance, environmental impact considerations, and presence of historical artifacts. As an SE, AVOID the notion that all you have to do is simply write the plan and have it approved in a few days. When you prepare the plan, employ the services of a subject matter expert (SME) to make sure that all key tasks in activities are properly identi ed and comply with federal, state, and local statutes, regulations, and ordinances. Identify: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. WHO are the key decision makers WHAT types of documentation are required to successfully complete the exercise WHEN must documentation be submitted for approval WHERE and to WHOM should documentation approval requests be submitted HOW long is the typical documentation approval cycle
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Other key considerations include zoning restrictions, permits or licenses, certi cations, deviations, and waivers.
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Site Preparation and Development
Site preparation includes all those activities required before the site can be developed to accept the deployed system. This may include grading the land, building temporary bridges, and installating primary power utility, sewer and drain lines. Site Inspections. When the site has been prepared, the next step is to conduct site inspections. Site inspections may consist of on-site compliance assessments: 1. By the stakeholders to ensure that everything is in place to accept the new system. 2. By local and Acquirer representative authorities to verify compliance to statutory and regulatory constraints. Author s Note 56.4 Site inspections sometimes involve closed mindedness that has to be recognized and reconciled. As humans, we typically enter into site inspections from the perspective of viewing WHAT is currently in place. This is true especially for compliance checks. The critical issue, however, may be determining WHAT is NOT in place or compliant. Remember, local authorities verify whether site capabilities comply with local and statutory requirements. They do not, however, make a determination as to whether the site has ALL of the capabilities and people required to successfully support your system once it is be deployed. This is the SE s job! Therefore, make sure that all System Elements to be deployed are in place. Incorporate these requirements to the facility interface speci cation (FIS). Enroute Modi cations. Some system deployment efforts require temporary modi cations to enroute roads and bridges, utility power poles and lines, signal light relocation, traf c rerouting, and road load bearing. Consider the following example: