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Planejamento de capacidade em redes corporativas para implementação de serviços VoIP; Corporate network capacity planning to voip services implementation

Monks, Eduardo Maronas
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
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Este trabalho tem como objetivo o estudo da tecnologia VoIP (Voz sobre IP) e a sua aplicação em redes corporativas, enfocando o planejamento de capacidade da rede de dados para absorver serviços VoIP. Serão apresentados tópicos sobre a fundamentação teórica de VoIP (Voz sobre IP), os requisitos de arquitetura de rede e QoS (Qualidade de Serviço) exigidos pelo serviço. Mostra-se também como a metodologia para planejamento de capacidade usado em telefonia convencional pode ser adaptada aos serviços VoIP em uma rede corporativa. Foi aplicada a metodologia adaptada através de um estudo de caso em uma rede corporativa real.; This work has as objective the study of capacity planning in corporate networks for the implementation of VoIP (Voice over IP) services. We will presents topics about the theorical background of VoIP, the requirements of architecture of network and QoS (Quality of Service) demanded by the service. It will also reveal how the methodology used for planning capacity in conventional telephony, could be adjusted to the VoIP services in a corporate network. The adjusted methodology was applied in a real corporate network.

Organização da informação e planeamento da produção na empresa de confeção MJ-Fafe

Araújo, Adriana Freires de
Fonte: Universidade do Minho Publicador: Universidade do Minho
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em //2012 Português
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Dissertação de mestrado em Engenharia Industrial; Esta dissertação foi realizada na empresa de confeção MJ, no âmbito do Projeto de Erasmo em Engenharia Industrial do 2º ano da Universidade do Minho e integração com a Univerdidade IDAAM, Manaus-Brasil. Este estudo teve como objetivo a organização da informação e planeamento de controlo da produção na empresa de confeção MJ, de forma a obter eficiência no planeamento das necessidades dos materiais e desempenhos, minimizar os desperdícios e melhorar os cumprimentos dos prazos de entrega. Nesta dissertação apresenta-se uma proposta de melhoria do planeamento e controlo da produção na empresa de confeção MJ, baseada em pesquisa bibliográfica e de campo, sobre problemas e cálculos usando os métodos de Planeamento Diretor de Produção, de Planeamento de Necessidades de Materiais e de Planeamento de Capacidade Produtiva usando o método de fatores globais e o de Planeamento Detalhado de Requisitos de Capacidade. Apresenta-se também um estudo relativo à organização da produção e da informação, que serviu de base à estruturação de todo o trabalho e à obtenção dos dados necessários para a aplicação dos referidos métodos de planeamento da produção e da capacidade produtiva da empresa. Tal estudo preliminar incluiu uma análise para o melhoramento de obtenção de dados e fluxo de informação fundamental à empresa...

Methods and tools for dynamic capacity planning and control

Nyhuis,Friedhelm; Pereira Filho,Néocles Alves
Fonte: Universidade Federal de São Carlos Publicador: Universidade Federal de São Carlos
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/12/2002 Português
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This article discusses material flow management. More specifically, it presents methods and tools used for capacity dynamic planning and control. Such resourses are focused on the reduction or elimination of static and dynamic bottlenecks. Practical applications are made using the FAST/pro, a software which associates the concepts presented through a demand-orientated, capacity dynamic regulation.

Philosophical and methodological reflection on database capacity planning: a controllership standpoint

Imoniana,Joshua Onome
Fonte: TECSI Laboratório de Tecnologia e Sistemas de Informação - FEA/USP Publicador: TECSI Laboratório de Tecnologia e Sistemas de Informação - FEA/USP
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/01/2005 Português
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This paper analyzes the capacity-planning process of database management systems focusing the theoretical decision models that considers the variables constraints that could be taken slightly and other variable constraints that are indispensable during upgrade. In order to proceed with the aforementioned, we assume that capacity planning decision, which considers the general corporate, technical, users and executive views aiming at prioritizing a measurable relative importance of the planning constraints is capable of giving more economic added-value decision elements to the management. Thus, the optimization multicriteria analysis leads us to infer upon the reasonableness of the decision taken in regard to implementing budgetary planning in moment of business uncertainties. Results of this study indicate that corporate strategic views in decision-taking processes some times override some technical, users and executive views as relating to capacity planning in information technology management environment.

Hospital capacity planning: from measuring stocks to modelling flows

Rechel, Bernd; Wright, Stephen; Barlow, James; McKee, Martin
Fonte: World Health Organization Publicador: World Health Organization
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 01/08/2010 Português
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The metric of “bed numbers” is commonly used in hospital planning, but it fails to capture key aspects of how hospital services are delivered. Drawing on a study of innovative hospital projects in Europe, we argue that hospital capacity planning should not be based on beds, but rather on the ability to deliver processes. We propose using approaches that are based on manufacturing theory such as “lean thinking” that focuses on the value that different processes add for the primary customer, i.e. the patient. We argue that it is beneficial to look at the hospital, not from the perspective of beds or specialties, but rather from the path taken by the patients who are treated in them, the respective processes delivered by health professionals and the facilities appropriate to those processes. Systematized care pathways seem to offer one avenue for achieving these goals. However, they need to be underpinned by a better understanding of the flows of patients, work and goods within a hospital, the bottlenecks that occur, and translation of this understanding into new capacity planning tools.

Residential Long-Term Care Capacity Planning: The Shortcomings of Ratio-Based Forecasts

Zhang, Yue; Puterman, Martin L.; Atkins, Derek
Fonte: Longwoods Publishing Publicador: Longwoods Publishing
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /05/2012 Português
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This paper uses observations from two British Columbia studies to illustrate the shortcomings of widely used ratio-based approaches for residential long-term care capacity planning. It shows that capacity plans based on a fixed ratio of beds per population over age 75 may result in either excess capacity or long wait times for admission. It then investigates the use of linear regression models to obtain a “best” ratio by relating optimal plans derived by rigorous analytical methods to population characteristics and shows that no single ratio applies broadly. While the use of regression is promising, finding these “best” ratios is too analytically complex for general practice. The paper concludes by providing and evaluating an easy-to-use planning method, which we call the average flow model (AFM). The AFM combines demand forecasts with length-of-stay estimates to produce enhanced capacity plans. The AFM is transparent, easily implemented in a spreadsheet and well suited for “what if?” analyses.

Optimal Capacity Adjustments for Supply Chain Control

Budiman, Benny
Fonte: MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology Publicador: MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 366794 bytes; application/pdf
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Decisions on capacity are often treated separately from those of production and inventory. In most situations, capacity issues are longer-term, so capacity-related decisions are considered strategic and thus not part of supply planning. This research focuses on optimal supply planning with emphasis on variable capacity to meet uncertain demand. It also defines three levels of capacity change: operating hours, labor availability and production hardware availability. The work presented here deals with the fundamental decisions to determine capacity, production, and inventory to meet customer demand while optimizing revenue and costs over a planning horizon (typically the life of the product). With the Lagrangian technique for constrained optimization, it can be shown that the optimal supply capacity has upper and lower bounds. The optimal feedback policy prescribes increasing the supply capacity when at the beginning of the planning interval it is below the lower bound. Similarly, the supply capacity should be decreased to the upper bound when it is above the upper bound. This paper will present arguments for characterizing forecast evolution and information sharing in the supply chain to obtain a predictor-corrector approach to supply chain control.; Singapore-MIT Alliance (SMA)

1.258J / 11.541J / ESD.226J Public Transportation Service and Operations Planning, Fall 2003; Public Transportation Service and Operations Planning

Wilson, Nigel H. M.
Fonte: MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology Publicador: MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Evolution and role of urban public transportation modes, systems, and services, focussing on bus and rail. Description of technological characteristics and their impacts on capacity, service quality, and cost. Current practice and new methods for data collection and analysis, performance monitoring, route design, frequency determination, and vehicle and crew scheduling. Effect of pricing policy and service quality on ridership. Methods for estimating costs associated with proposed service changes. From the course home page: Course Description This course describes the evolution and role of urban public transportation modes, systems, and services, focusing on bus and rail. Technological characteristics and their impacts on capacity, service quality, and cost are described. Current practice and new methods for data collection and analysis, performance monitoring, route design, frequency determination, and vehicle and crew scheduling are also discussed. In addition, the effect of pricing policy and service quality on ridership and methods for estimating costs associated with proposed service changes are presented, together with means to improve operations through real time intervention.

Building community capacity in the rebuilding of New Orleans : the role of philanthropic funders post-Katrina

Bavishi, Jainey K. (Jainey Kumar)
Fonte: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Publicador: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: 63 p.
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How can funders strengthen community capacity in post-Katrina New Orleans? Residents of low-income, minority neighborhoods have historically faced government neglect, and consequently distrust decisionmakers, in a city of extreme race and class segregation. These communities are now being overlooked in a market-driven rebuilding process. Based on a tradition of self-determination, groups across the city are fighting to meet new needs. With massive institutional failure at all levels, philanthropy could support these groups. The purpose of this thesis is to help the Gulf Coast Funders for Equity, a consortium committed to more equitable redevelopment, think strategically about how to allocate resources to strengthen these groups, some of which form, struggle, and evaporate before funders can reach them. I use a mixed-method case study approach: in-depth interviews with key informants; review of media coverage and documentary sources; and a secondary review of comparable approaches. First, to sharpen the rationale for community capacity building, I examine the pre- and post-storm roles and contributions of informal groups in New Orleans. These groups serve as nodes of trust, support and enthusiasm in overlooked communities.; (cont.) Second...

Capacity planning in a general supply chain with multiple contract types

Huang, Xin, 1978-
Fonte: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Publicador: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: 150 leaves
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In this thesis, we study capacity planning in a general supply chain that contains multiple products, processes, and resources. We consider situations with demand uncertainty, outsourcing contracts, and option contracts. We develop efficient and practical algorithms to address the following three questions: which suppliers should the manufacturer select, which types of contracts should it use, and how much capacity should it reserve. Through the model and algorithms, we study the properties of, and draw managerial insights about the optimal capacity planning strategy. First, we propose a model to study the single period capacity planning problem. We provide closed-form representations of the optimal capacity planning strategy for two special supply chain structures. We then develop a stochastic linear programming algorithm to solve the general single period problem and show that our algorithm outperforms the alternative algorithms by means of an empirical study. With the model and algorithm, we then study the effects of demand uncertainty, prices, common processes, and option contracts on the optimal capacity planning strategy. We conclude with a discussion on how to include lot size constraints into the model. Second, we develop a decomposition method for the single period capacity planning problem under the assumption that each process has only one dedicated resource. The algorithm provides both a feasible solution and an upper bound on the profit of the capacity planning problem. We test the effectiveness of the feasible solution and the tightness of the upper bound in the single period problem through a series of randomly generated test cases. The result shows that the algorithm performs fairly well with an average error of 1.48% on a set of test cases. Third...

Branch and Price Solution Approach for Order Acceptance and Capacity Planning in Make-to-Order Operations

Mestry, Siddharth D; Centeno, Martha A; Faria, Jose A; Damodaran, Purushothaman; Chin-Sheng, Chen
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
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The increasing emphasis on mass customization, shortened product lifecycles, synchronized supply chains, when coupled with advances in information system, is driving most firms towards make-to-order (MTO) operations. Increasing global competition, lower profit margins, and higher customer expectations force the MTO firms to plan its capacity by managing the effective demand. The goal of this research was to maximize the operational profits of a make-to-order operation by selectively accepting incoming customer orders and simultaneously allocating capacity for them at the sales stage. For integrating the two decisions, a Mixed-Integer Linear Program (MILP) was formulated which can aid an operations manager in an MTO environment to select a set of potential customer orders such that all the selected orders are fulfilled by their deadline. The proposed model combines order acceptance/rejection decision with detailed scheduling. Experiments with the formulation indicate that for larger problem sizes, the computational time required to determine an optimal solution is prohibitive. This formulation inherits a block diagonal structure, and can be decomposed into one or more sub-problems (i.e. one sub-problem for each customer order) and a master problem by applying Dantzig-Wolfe’s decomposition principles. To efficiently solve the original MILP...

Capacity planning methodology for concurrent engineer -to -order operations

Li, Liping
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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This research focuses on developing a capacity planning methodology for the emerging concurrent engineer-to-order (ETO) operations. The primary focus is placed on the capacity planning at sales stage. This study examines the characteristics of capacity planning in a concurrent ETO operation environment, models the problem analytically, and proposes a practical capacity planning methodology for concurrent ETO operations in the industry. A computer program that mimics a concurrent ETO operation environment was written to validate the proposed methodology and test a set of rules that affect the performance of a concurrent ETO operation. ^ This study takes a systems engineering approach to the problem and employs systems engineering concepts and tools for the modeling and analysis of the problem, as well as for developing a practical solution to this problem. This study depicts a concurrent ETO environment in which capacity is planned. The capacity planning problem is modeled into a mixed integer program and then solved for smaller-sized applications to evaluate its validity and solution complexity. The objective is to select the best set of available jobs to maximize the profit, while having sufficient capacity to meet each due date expectation. ^ The nature of capacity planning for concurrent ETO operations is different from other operation modes. The search for an effective solution to this problem has been an emerging research field. This study characterizes the problem of capacity planning and proposes a solution approach to the problem. This mathematical model relates work requirements to capacity over the planning horizon. The methodology is proposed for solving industry-scale problems. Along with the capacity planning methodology...

Preparing South Carolina emergency departments for mass casualties with an emphasis on the planning process

Donovan, Colleen Mary
Fonte: Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School Publicador: Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
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CHDS State/Local; This thesis addresses the role of the emergency department in planning for mass casualties during an emergency. The demand on hospital emergency departments has stretched the capacity for normal operations beyond their original design. Hospital surge capacity is not only complex, but affects every hospital emergency department in the country. Factors, such as hospital bed capacity, surge levels, staffing and the use of volunteers in time of emergency, all play a critical role in the ability and accessibility of the hospital to react during times of need. The recommendations provided are based on the analysis of county, state and federal plans along with case studies that provide a varied approach to emergency preparedness and the role of the hospital, focus on some of the facets of preparedness and the immediate need for emergency planning, training/exercising and communication in hospitals across America, and specifically, in hospitals in South Carolina.

Dantzig-Wolfe Decomposition for Solving Multistage Stochastic Capacity-Planning Problems

Singh, Kavinesh J.; Philpott, Andy B.; Wood, Kevin
Fonte: Escola de Pós-Graduação Naval Publicador: Escola de Pós-Graduação Naval
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Operations Research, 57, pp. 1271-1286.; We describe a multistage, stochastic, mixed-integer programming model for planning capacity expansion of production facilities. A scenario tree represents uncertainty in the mode; a general mixed-integer program defines the operation submodel at each scenario-tree mode, and capacity expansion decisions link the stages. We apply "variable splitting" to two model variants, and solve those variants using Dantzig-Wolfe decomposition. The Dantzig-Wolf master problem can have a much stronger linear programming relaxation than is possible without variable splitting, over 700% stronger in one case. The master problem solves easily and tends to yield integer soltuions, obviating the need for a full branch-and-price soltuion procedure. For each scenario-tree node, the decomposition defines a subproblem that may be viewed as a single period, deterministic, capacity-planning problem. An effective solution procedure results as long as the subproblems solve efficiently, and the procedure incorporates a good "duals stabilization method." We present computational results for a model to plan the capacity expansion of an electricity distribution network in New Zealand, given uncertain future demand. The largest problem we solve to optimality has six stages and 243 scenarios...

AUTOMATED CAPACITY PLANNING AND SUPPORT FOR ENTERPRISE APPLICATIONS

Thakkar, Dharmesh
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: 1354163 bytes; application/pdf
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Capacity planning is crucial for successful development of enterprise applications. Capacity planning activities are most consequential during the verification and maintenance phases of Software Development Life Cycle. During the verification phase, analysts need to execute a large number of performance tests to build accurate performance models. Performance models help customers in capacity planning for their deployments. To build valid performance models, the performance tests must be redone for every release or build of an application. This is a time-consuming and error-prone manual process, which needs tools and techniques to speed up the process. In the maintenance phase, when customers run into performance and capacity related issues after deployment, they commonly engage the vendor of the application for troubleshooting and fine tuning of the troubled deployments. At the end of the engagement, analysts create engagement report, which contain valuable information about the observed symptoms, attempted workarounds, identified problems, and the final solutions. Engagement reports are stored in a customer engagement repository. While information stored in the engagement reports is valuable in helping analysts with future engagements...

Método para planejamento de capacidade de redes ATM baseado em simulação; Capacity planning method for atm networks based on simulation

Goncalves, Adriano Ramos
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
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O processo de dimensionar redes de comunicação tem sido um desafio para pesquisadores e projetistas. A partir da especificação, passando pela operação, controle e gerenciamento de redes, as estimativas de comportamento do desempenho são úteis para o dimensionamento adequado dos equipamentos. O detalhamento e precisão na capacidade de avaliar o impacto de carga futura melhoram as chances de prever dificuldades em atingir metas de serviços. Com redes de banda larga, como ATM, não tem sido diferente. Pela sua concepção de oferecer garantia de qualidade para serviços com diferentes requisitos, ATM se empenha em evitar a sobrecarga da rede. De início, essa premissa é preservada naturalmente através da restrição da quantidade e tipo de conexões ingressas na rede. Portanto, a adequação dos recursos que compõem a estrutura de uma rede ATM determina o grau de disponibilidade em atender certa quantidade de serviços. A pergunta que desejamos responder é: como estimar com precisão a quantidade de serviço suportada por determinada rede ATM? O limite da rede é alcançado quando os recursos disponíveis são menores que os recursos necessários à carga de serviço. Com o emprego cada vez maior de ATM por empresas de telecomunicações...

Predictive capacity planning modeling with tactical and strategic applications

Zeppieri, Michael A. (Michael Anthony), 1975-
Fonte: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Publicador: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: 78 p.; 4111426 bytes; 4111222 bytes; application/pdf; application/pdf
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The focus of my internship was the development of a predictive capacity planning model to characterize the storage requirements and space utilization for Amazon's Campbellsville (SDF) Fulfillment Center (FC). Amazon currently has a functional model that serves the purpose of capacity planning, but they were looking for something that would provide more insight into their storage requirements against various demand forecasts and time horizons. With a more comprehensive model in place, Amazon would then have the ability to initiate studies, with the intent of optimizing the key parameters of their capacity flow Amazon utilizes a fairly robust and complex software solution for allocating items to storage locations as it receives shipments from its network of manufacturers and distributors. Amazon designates its capacity storage areas as being Prime, Reserve or Random Stow. Prime storage locations are bins from which workers pick items to fulfill orders. Reserve storage consists of pallet locations from which workers replenish Prime bins. Random Stow is a special case form of storage not taken into consideration for the purposes of my internship. The algorithm that determines the capacity allocation for a particular item is driven by two key parameters. The first parameter Amazon refers to as Days of Cover...

Real options approach to capacity planning under uncertainty

Mittal, Geetanjali, 1979-
Fonte: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Publicador: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: 138 p.; 8642943 bytes; 8660860 bytes; application/pdf; application/pdf
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This thesis highlights the effectiveness of Real Options Analysis (ROA) in capacity planning decisions for engineering projects subject to uncertainty. This is in contrast to the irreversible decision-making proposed by the deterministic strategies based on expected estimates of parameters drawn years in advance. Effectiveness is measured by three metrics: cost efficiency, capacity sufficiency and Value at Risk. The study documents the effects of uncertainty on planning facilities with high fixed-costs. It addresses engineers and planners by presenting fundamental insights of ROA without expecting Options-pricing knowledge a priori. The main idea is demonstrated via a case study of hydropower capacity planning. An analytical probabilistic capacity planning tool is developed to compare results given by traditional valuation and ROA. The tool may be useful for determining resource utilization policies and decision-making in the construction of such plants. Two specific options have been examined: (1) Vary size and timing of capacity increment (2) Defer hydropower plant construction to observe demand by relying on low fixed-cost and high operational-cost facilities in the initial years. The conclusion is that dynamic capacity planning approach is more effective if the forecasts are pessimistic or optimistic but not necessarily if realized parameters are similar to forecasts. Decisions based on distribution of driving factors and outcomes may be better aligned with the management's overall risk preferences than those based solely on expected mean of these parameters.; by Geetanjali Mittal.; Thesis (S.M.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology...

Transit planning in Curitiba and Bogotá : roles in interaction, risk, and change

Ardila Gómez, Arturo
Fonte: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Publicador: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: 454 p.
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What is the role of planners in the planning process for new transit modes? By documenting transit-planning processes in Curitiba and Bogota from 1955-95 and 1986-2001, respectively, this work demonstrates that in both cities planners had important roles in system design, the inventive adaptation of new technologies to local conditions, the integration of newly proposed systems with existing service and, above all, mediation between political leadership and strong vested interests. Both cities put planners' roles in special context, however. First, the mayors had a firm appreciation of planning services and understood that planners needed to interact with stakeholders and politicians. Second, the mayors were strong leaders who offered planners a benchmark from which to understand the implications of stakeholders' demands. Third, these cases were framed by new technologies such as Bus Rapid Transit, which competed against rail alternatives. Fourth, because of the novelty of BRT planners had difficulty producing credible forecasts. This uncertainty forced planners to interact more with stakeholders and politicians to build credibility. Fifth, BRT offered the advantage of being highly flexible, particularly when compared to rail proposals. This flexibility allowed planners to adjust the plans in response to the feedback produced by the interaction with stakeholders and politicians. Adjusting the plans often forced planners to innovate. Within this context...

Philosophical and methodological reflection on database capacity planning: a controllership standpoint

Imoniana, Joshua Onome
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Economia, Administração e Contabilidade Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Economia, Administração e Contabilidade
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; ; ; ; ; Formato: application/pdf
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This paper analyzes the capacity-planning process of database management systems focusing the theoretical decision models that considers the variables constraints that could be taken slightly and other variable constraints that are indispensable during upgrade. In order to proceed with the aforementioned, we assume that capacity planning decision, which considers the general corporate, technical, users and executive views aiming at prioritizing a measurable relative importance of the planning constraints is capable of giving more economic added-value decision elements to the management. Thus, the optimization multicriteria analysis leads us to infer upon the reasonableness of the decision taken in regard to implementing budgetary planning in moment of business uncertainties. Results of this study indicate that corporate strategic views in decision-taking processes some times override some technical, users and executive views as relating to capacity planning in information technology management environment.