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  1. High-Performance Computing Solution Implementer Guide

  2. Agenda Recap Discussions to Date • Solution Guidance • Phase 1 • Phase 2 • Phase 3 Customize the Solution Requirements Next Steps

  3. Engagement Approach Solution areas Business strategy Horizontal Industry Audience Understand business needs and priorities Discuss range of potential solution capabilities Business executives Present relevant integrated capabilities Position the Integrated Enterprise Platform approach IT executives Integrated Capability Analysis => Projects, architecture, products Architects IT pro/dev executives Solution road map

  4. Ensure target business capabilities cover process improvement priorities Translate business capabilities into required infrastructure capabilities Assess current infrastructure maturity Determine gaps to target integrated capabilities Build a road map for integrating capabilities and implementing solutions Specify required platform architecture, technologies, and services Baseline the Microsoft platform road map Integrated Capability Analysis

  5. Note to presenter: This is a template. Prune, add, and prioritize per BDM and TDM feedback. Ensure consistency with the “Business Priorities Guide” and the “Capability Discussion Guide”. Support for Priority Business Capabilities

  6. Note to presenter: This is a template. Prune, add, and prioritize per BDM and TDM feedback. Ensure consistency with the “Business Priorities Guide” and the “Capability Discussion Guide”. Support for Priority Business Capabilities

  7. Note to presenter: This is a template. Prune, add, and prioritize per BDM and TDM feedback. Ensure consistency with the “Business Priorities Guide” and the “Capability Discussion Guide”. Support for Priority Business Capabilities

  8. Note to presenter: This is a template. Prune, add, and prioritize per BDM and TDM feedback. Ensure consistency with the “Business Priorities Guide” and the “Capability Discussion Guide”. Support for Priority Business Capabilities

  9. Agenda Recap Discussions to Date • Solution Guidance • Phase 1 • Phase 2 • Phase 3 Customize the Solution Requirements Next Steps

  10. Sophistication of the Solution Phase 1 Provides basic support for the most critical elements of the business driver SPEED RESEARCH AND DISCOVERY MAKE BETTER DECISIONS Phase 2 Provides adequate, typical support for critical and priority elements of the business driver INCREASE COST SAVINGS AND EFFICIENCY DRIVE PRODUCT INNOVATION AND TIME TO MARKET Phase 3 Provides thorough, streamlined support for the business driver that enables differentiated levels of performance

  11. Solution Guidance PHASE DEFINITION PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING MAPPING CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES TECHNOLOGIES Phase Definition For each business driver, list the business challenges, solution features, and business benefits for this solution phase. Use this information and the “Support for Priority Business Capabilities” slides to structure the conversation with IT professional(s) for capturing, refining, and baselining business problems and solution functionality priorities. • Mapping • The Optimization mapping indicates the maturity level required for each capability of the solution to fully support the features specified in this solution phase. Use the mapping as a starting point to determine appropriate maturity levels for the solution. After mapping the solution, assess the gap between the current and desired infrastructure to: • Understand the scope and sequencing of work required • Organize a deployment road map Technologies Use the results of the Optimization mapping to determine the technologies required for the features and supporting capabilities specified in this solution phase. Conceptual Architecture Use this high-level, use case diagram to provide the “black box” definition of this solution phase. Customize to your solution definition during the integrated capability analysis. Logical Architecture Use this logical, component-level architecture view to show all software components and how they interact to support this solution phase. Tailor to fit your particular solution definition during the integrated capability analysis.  Note: Physical architecture is covered in the Architecture Guide also used during the integrated capability analysis.

  12. Agenda Recap Discussions to Date • Solution Guidance • Phase 1 • Phase 2 • Phase 3 Customize the Solution Requirements Next Steps

  13. MAPPING Phase 1 PHASE DEFINITION CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES

  14. Phase 1: Core IO

  15. Phase 1: BPIO

  16. Phase 1: APO PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES

  17. Phase 1: Core IO PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES TECHNOLOGIES

  18. Phase 1: BPIO PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES TECHNOLOGIES

  19. Phase 1: APO PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES TECHNOLOGIES

  20. Phase 1 PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES

  21. Phase 1 PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES

  22. Agenda Recap Discussions to Date • Solution Guidance • Phase 1 • Phase 2 • Phase 3 Customize the Solution Requirements Next Steps

  23. MAPPING Phase 2 PHASE DEFINITION CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES

  24. Phase 2: Core IO

  25. Phase 2: BPIO

  26. Phase 2: APO PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES

  27. Phase 2: APO Continued PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES

  28. Phase 2: Core IO PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES TECHNOLOGIES

  29. Phase 2: BPIO PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES TECHNOLOGIES

  30. Phase 2: APO PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES TECHNOLOGIES

  31. Phase 2 PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES

  32. Phase 2 PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES

  33. Agenda Recap Discussions to Date • Solution Guidance • Phase 1 • Phase 2 • Phase 3 Customize the Solution Requirements Next Steps

  34. MAPPING Phase 3 PHASE DEFINITION CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES

  35. MAPPING Phase 3 Continued PHASE DEFINITION CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES

  36. Phase 3: Core IO

  37. Phase 3: BPIO

  38. Phase 3: APO PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES

  39. Phase 3: Core IO PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES TECHNOLOGIES

  40. Phase 3: BPIO PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES TECHNOLOGIES

  41. Phase 3: APO PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES TECHNOLOGIES

  42. Phase 3 PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES

  43. Phase 3 PHASE DEFINITION MAPPING LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE LOGICAL ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES

  44. Agenda Recap Discussions to Date • Solution Guidance • Phase 1 • Phase 2 • Phase 3 Customize the Solution Requirements Next Steps

  45. Identify your top-priority business drivers Identify the business capabilities in the Capability Discussion Guide that match your priorities (see below) Example: Steps to Customize the Solution Customize the pre-defined solutions (Phase 1, Phase 2, or Phase 3) by doing the following: • Understand your priorities • Choose a starting point • Adjust the mapping Choose the phase (Phase 1, Phase 2, or Phase 3) that corresponds to your priorities Add, remove, or adjust capabilities

  46. Example: Customized Solution Requirements

  47. Example: Tips to Customize the Solution Consider using an alternate maturity level that corresponds to your requirements  Keep a capability if you are unsure whether you need it Identify, document, and discuss how a capability may be relevant

  48. Agenda Recap Discussions to Date • Solution Guidance • Phase 1 • Phase 2 • Phase 3 Customize the Solution Requirements NextSteps

  49. Engagement Approach Solution areas Business strategy Horizontal Industry Audience Understand business needs and priorities Discuss range of potential solution capabilities Business executives Present relevant integrated capabilities Position the Integrated Enterprise Platform approach IT executives Integrated Capability Analysis => Projects, architecture, products Architects IT pro/dev executives Solution road map