Current State and Future State Architecture Gap Analysis Deliverable Template
From MIKE2.0 Methodology
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The Current State and Future State Architecture Gap Analysis task uses the current-state architecture and future-state conceptual architecture and identifies key capability gaps where there will be new product decisions required.
Listed below is an example Gap Analysis:
Example of a Current state Gap Analysis
- The current infrastructure will be difficult to maintain scalability for the new product and related customers
- The connectivity level to the Host System is a bottleneck which needs to be addressed for the new volumes expected
- The current infrastructure is not incorporate robust solutions for High Availability and Security and has no solution to Disaster Recovery