9 TECHNICAL ENVIRONMENT CONFIGURATION

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9

TECHNICAL
ENVIRONMENT CONFIGUR
ATION

The
CCMS

requires the following environments for the Software Lifecycle Development
process from development through production:

a.

Development environment

b.

Build environment

c.

System Integration Test environment

d.

User Acceptan
ce Test environment

e.

Performance Test environment

f.

Training environment

g.

Production environment


Whereas, the need for all the other technical environments has been noted during the
general system design phase of this project, a build environment is being pr
oposed during
this phase to support promotion of software iterations from development and unit test
through system integration, UAT and production. The build environment will be used to
regression test software builds to confirm that recent fixes in the b
uild have not broken
previously tested software code. Without the build environment, the System Integration
Test environment will be used for regression testing new builds and this will mean that
ongoing System Integration Testing with a prior build will
need to be halted. To enable
System Integration Testing of a prior build to continue making progress while a new build is
being prepared, the Build environment is essential.

The development environment specifications were provided in detail during the g
eneral
system design phase of the project. Subsequently, the System Integration Test
environment was confirmed to be the same
specifications
as the development environment
with the exception that a version control server is not required for SIT. The deve
lopment
environment version control server will also be used for version control in the SIT
environment.

The following table summarizes the environment specifications.

Table 9
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1. Technical Environment Types

Technical
Environment

Technical Environment
Sp
ecification Type

Notes

Development
Environment

Development Environment
Specification presented in General
System Design document

Includes:

A version control server that will be
leveraged for deployment of
CCMS

software to all environments.

Build Environ
ment

Similar to Development Environment
with exceptions noted in the “notes”
column
. If a separate environment is
not available then the development
environment will be leveraged for this
purpose.

No version control server is required.


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Table 9
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1. Technical Environment Types

Technical
Environment

Technical Environment
Sp
ecification Type

Notes

Systems
Integration

Test
Environment

Similar to Development Environment
with exceptions noted in the “notes”
column

乯 version control server is required.

User Acceptance
Test environment

Similar to the production environment
specified in detail in paragraphs that
follow in

this section with exceptions
noted in the “notes” column

乯 version control server is required.

Training
Environment


Similar to Development Environment
with exceptions noted in the “notes”
column

乯 version control server is required.


Performance Test

Environment

Similar to production environment
specified in detail in paragraphs that
follow in this section with exceptions
noted in the “notes” column

乯 version control server is required.

Production
Environment

Production environment specified in
de
tail in paragraphs that follow in this
section

No version control server is required.


The specifications for the production environment that is also used for the UAT and
Performance Test environment have been developed using document volume information
p
rovided by DHS. The chart below summarizes the expected
yearly

CCMS

document
volume.


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Figure 9
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2. Expected
Yearly

CCMS

document volume

(~1M documents)

Excluding production environment, t
he expected Kofax concurrent user licenses and Kofax
Rightfax Conn
ector licenses required for each of the environments is shown in the chart
below.

BCCD and MIS will provide a count of scanners and Kofax concurrent user licenses
for the production environment based on an assessment of field needs.

Additionally, 6
Kofax
-
RightFax connectors are required (1 per server environment).



Figure 9
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3. Scanners and Kofax Concurrent Licenses required for Software Development


9.1

P
RODUCTION
E
NVIRONMENT
C
ONFIGURATION

This section focuses on specifying the production environment that i
s also the specifications
for UAT and performance testing environment. One month prior to the respective dates that
the UAT, performance test and production environments are required to be operational for
the
CCMS
, these specifications will be revised, if

necessary, and confirmed.

The production environment will consist of the following segments that are connected over a
Local Area Network (LAN) or the DHS Wide Area Network (WAN):

1.

DHS Staff user desktops hosted by DHS MIS and CMS

2.

Load balanced and fault to
lerant core twin web servers

and
application servers
hosted in a virtualized environment by CMS


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3.

CMS does not provide load balanced and fault tolerant twin database servers. The
CCMS production environment will rely on a single DB2 database server.

4.

Other
required servers hosted in a virtualized

environment by CMS as follows:

a.

Load balanced and fault tolerant IBM Content Manager on IBM Mainframe

b.

Load balanced and fault tolerant Crystal Server

c.

Kofax/RightFax servers

d.

Load balanced and fault tolerant twin Acti
ve Directory instances

e.

Load balanced and fault tolerant twin SQL Server instances for use by Adobe
LiveCycle ES2 environment

5.

Scanners at Springfield and Chicago BCCD offic
es will be managed by CMS
.
Each SDA
(or R&R) will have scanners. Site providers hav
e scanners at a single location or
multiple locations.

6.

Kofax capture client workstations for each of the scanners at each of the offices



The production en
vironment will also consist of p
rovider desktops accessing the
CCMS

environment over CMS firewalls.

Scanners, printers and fax machines are also expected to
be operational at
R&Rs and Sites
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The following table provides the specifications for each of the servers as well as the DHS
scanner, printer and fax machine.

The SAN Space estimates are only fo
r
WVS
user or
temporary data and does not include disk space requirements for the operating
system and base infrastructure software like LiveCycle and WebSphere.


Table 9
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2. Production Environment Specifications

Hardware

Units

Physical
(P)/Virtual (V)

CM
S/MIS Hosted

Memory

Day 1
SAN Space

Hard
Disk

Operating
System

Processor

Web Server

2

V

CMS

8GB

1
0GB


Windows 2008
Enterprise
Server 64
-
bit

Intel® Core™2
Quad
Processors with
Intel vProTM
Technology, 3
GHz or better

Web Server Software

Java Virtual Ma
chine

IBM HTTP Server or equivalent CMS/DHS standard web server

The web server will be load
-
balanced and fault tolerant.

SAN Space Growth

for user and t
emp d
ata: Negligible since the storage is temporary.

Application Server

2

V

CMS

8GB

30
GB
(Prod)

1
0GB
(
UAT &
Perf)


Windows 2008
Enterprise
Server 64
-
bit

Intel® Core™4

Quad
Processors with
Intel vProTM
Technology, 3
GHz or better

Application Server
Software

Java Virtual Machine

WebSphere Application Server

Adobe LiveCycle ES2

JDBC

Adobe LiveCycle Data Services ES 2

Adobe IBM Content Manager Connector

The

application server will be load
-
balanced and fault tolerant.

A separate application server may be provided by CMS to host web services separately
from LiveCycle processes.

SAN Space Growth

for user and temp data
: 20%

based on user population growth.

DB2

Database Server

1

P

CMS

8GB

20

GB

(Prod)

16

GB
(UAT &
Perf)


Mainframe

IBM


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Table 9
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2. Production Environment Specifications

Hardware

Units

Physical
(P)/Virtual (V)

CM
S/MIS Hosted

Memory

Day 1
SAN Space

Hard
Disk

Operating
System

Processor

Server Software

DB2


CMS does not support twin
DB2 instances
that are
load
-
balanced and fault tolerant.

The WVS production environment will, therefore, rely on a single DB2 insta
nce.


SAN Space includes 11GB for CCTS data.

Assumes 70 CCMS tables.

SAN Space Growth for user and temp data: 10% growth in customer population

IBM Content Manager

2

P

CMS

8GB

400GB

(Prod)
160GB
(UAT &
Perf)


IBM z/OS

IBM Mainframe

IBM Content Manager
S
oftware

IBM Content Manager Server


The IBM Content Manager server will be load
-
balanced and fault tolerant.


SAN Space: Assumes
an annual
1 million documents with
average 5 pages

SAN Space Growth for user and temp data
: 1
0%

Batch

Server

1

V

CMS

1GB

5
GB
7
200
RPM


Windows 2008
Enterprise
Server 64
-
bit

Intel® Core™2
Quad
Processors with
Intel vProTM
Technology, 3
GHz or better

Batch

Server
Software

JVM

State Standard Scheduler

SAN Space Growth for user and temp data: Negligible

Crystal Server

2

V

CMS

8
G
B

20GB
7200
RPM


Windows 2008
Enterprise
Server 64
-
bit

Intel® Core™2
Quad
Processors with
Intel vProTM
Technology, 3
GHz or better

Crystal Server
Software

Crystal Reports XI Server


The Crystal Server will be load
-
balanced and fault tolerant.


SAN Space

Growth for user and temp data: Negligible


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Table 9
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2. Production Environment Specifications

Hardware

Units

Physical
(P)/Virtual (V)

CM
S/MIS Hosted

Memory

Day 1
SAN Space

Hard
Disk

Operating
System

Processor

Kofax Server

2

V

CMS

8
GB

1
0GB
7200
RPM


Windows 2008
Enterprise
Server 64
-
bit

Intel® Core™2
Quad
Processors with
Intel vProTM
Technology, 3
GHz or better

Kofax Server
Software

Kofax Capture 9

Kofax RightFax Ad
apter


SAN Space Growth for user and temp data: 10%

RightFax Server

2

P

CMS

8
GB

1
0GB
7200
RPM


Windows 2008
Enterprise
Server 64
-
bit

Intel® Core™2
Quad
Processors with
Intel vProTM
Technology, 3
GHz or better

RightFax Server
Software

RightFax Server an
d associated client


SAN Space Growth for user and temp data: 10%

Active Directory
Server

4

V

CMS

4
GB

5
GB
7200
RPM


Windows 2008
Enterprise
Server 64
-
bit

Intel® Core™2
Duo Processors
with Intel
vProTM
Technology, 3
GHz or better

Active Directory
Server

Software

Microsoft Active Directory with separate Internal Staff and External System Participants
repository. Each of the Active Directory instances, internal and external, will be fault
-
tolerant and load
-
balanced.


SAN Space Growth for user and temp dat
a: 20%



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The following table provides the specifications for the production environment scanner.

Table 9
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3. Scanner Specifications

Model

Fujitsu 614
0

PPM @300
DPI

30 PPM

Automatic Document
Feeder

Yes

Flatbed

Yes

but without imprinter option

Feeder Vol
ume

Yes

Daily Duty
Cycle

2000

VRS

Yes

Weight

20 lb

Footprint

11.8 x 22.9 x 9.0

Notes

Alternate scanners are:

-

Fujitsu FI
-
613
0 w/imprinter

-

Panasonic KV
-
S2046C
w/imprinter

-

Panasonic KV
-
S2048C
w/imprinter