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|Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition Deployment Planning Guide 11g Release 1 (126.96.36.199.0)|
Technical requirements analysis begins with the business requirements documents that are created during the business analysis phase of the solution life cycle. Using the business analysis, you perform a usage analysis. This analysis helps you to determine expected load conditions and to create use cases that model typical user interaction with the system. The analysis also helps when creating a set of quality of service requirements. These requirements define how a deployed solution must perform in areas such as response time, availability, and security.
This part describes the technical requirements that must be defined for a Directory Server Enterprise Edition deployment. It is divided into the following chapters:
Chapter 3, Usage Analysis for Directory Server Enterprise Edition covers usage analysis requirements.
Chapter 4, Defining Data Characteristics describes how data requirements are defined.
Chapter 5, Defining Service Level Agreements covers quality of service requirements.
Chapter 6, Tuning System Characteristics and Hardware Sizing describes Directory Server Enterprise Edition system requirements.
Chapter 7, Identifying Security Requirements covers security requirements.
Chapter 8, Identifying Administration and Monitoring Requirements describes the administration decisions that must be made at design-time.