MI Systems Maintainer Training Course Infrastructure

Project Justification: The US Army system maintainer course goals include upgrading the current infrastructure in order to meet the goal of readiness set forth by the Army chief of staff. The training course must provide ready, relevant, and experienced Soldiers to meet force readiness requirements. Implementation of a virtual, thin client architecture, with network available storage will provide the tools needed to produce such Soldiers. The US. Army system maintainer course will also reduce utility costs, life-cycle replacement costs, and housing and meal costs through shortened training as the new infrastructure uses less electricity and is less costly when replacing end components..
Product Characteristics and Requirements: Installation of updated network infrastructure: (Network Cable)Installation of Network Available Storage:Installation of ESX server HardwareInstallation of VMWARE and ESX server hardwareSystem configurationTest, Fix, Test, Implement  
Product User Acceptance Criteria:  The completion of this project will be considered a success if the new infrastructure is installed and available to run the new courseware within one year.   Summary of Project Deliverables Project management-related deliverables: business case, charter, stakeholder analysis, stakeholder register, scope statement, WBS, milestone report, surveys.   Product-related deliverables: research reports, design documents, software code, hardware, etc. Operational Needs Statement (ONS) A survey will be provided to commanders at all levels to determine what training is needed for MI system maintainers in order to be effective on their arrival to their first unit of assignment. Results will be compiled into a detailed report along with a single page white paper. Research of current training and infrastructure: A study will be done to determine if any part of the current infrastructure (hardware and software) can be used in the upgrade. Usable and unusable components will be documented in a detailed report. Partnerships: Partnerships with outside organizations, such as the New Equipment Training (NET) team will be pursued to maintain the insight into current fielding of new MI systems. Infrastructure deployment: The deployment of the new infrastructure will include a successful implementation of new courseware. Feedback from the implementation of the courseware will be used to fix system malfunctions and failures. A detailed Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM) study will document the success of the infrastructure update. Surveys: The final deliverable is a detailed report from survey MOPs and MOEs that are received 6 months after completion of the product  

Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)

Project Name:MI Systems Maintainer Training Course Infrastructure Update

  1. Initiating
    1. Stakeholder analysis
    1. Business case
    1. Project Charter
    1. Project Kickoff meeting
    1. Preliminary scope statement
  1. Planning
    1. Project integration management
      1. Team Contract
      1. Project Management Plan
    1. Project scope management
      1. Scope statement
      1. WBS
      1. WBS dictionary
    1. project time management
    1. Project Cost management
    1. Project quality management
    1. project HR management
    1. Project communication management
    1. project risk management
    1. project procurement management
    1. project stakeholder management
  1. Executing
    1. Network
      1. Classified Network Cable Installation
        1. Conduit Installation
        1. cable installation
        1. Connectivity Test
    1. Unclassified Network Cable Installation
      1. cable installation
        1. connectivity test                                 
  • Network Available Storage (NAS)
    • Hardware
      • NAS hardware installation
        • Ventilation
    • Software
      • Software Installation
        • Storage capacity verification
    •  Network Connectivity
  • Sever
    • Hardware
      •  Server Installation
      • Ventilation
    • Software
      • ESX installation
  • Thin Client
    • Thin client Installation
    • VMWare software installation
      • connectivity test         
  • System Configuration
    • Virtual Machine (VM) development          
    • Student VM
      •  resource allocation
      • operating software
        • Linux
        • Microsoft Server
        • Windows
    • Instructor (VM) development
      • Resource allocation
      • Operating Software
        • Linux
        • Microsoft Server
        • Windows
  • Test fix Test
    • Network
    • NAS
    • ESX Server
    • Virtual Client
      • Student VM
      • Instructor VM
  • Course Implementation
    • Courseware pilot with trainees
  1. Monitoring and controlling
  2. Closing

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