This paper is a continuous study of the registration server system using a previous created real-time simulation application for my working product- T-Mobile Digits’ registration server system - an Enterprise-level solution ensembles Skype for Business, but with a sizable testing user pool.
As a standard system design normally includes the hardware infrastructure, computational logics and its own assigned rules/configures, and as all the complex system, a well-set server structure is the kernel for no matter testing or commercial purpose. The challenges are real and crucial for both business success besides the concerns of access capability and security. It will begin with the discussion of the server-side architecture and the current functional workflows. However, the problematic project is facing stalling issues of the registration system whenever the automation tests deploys, or the pressure tests are happening.
The project norms are based on my previous study, current study after architecture refactor and enterprise server function reporting tool: Splunk.
I will create a new hypothesis of the mathematical model/formula towards the new architecture and will retrieve the most of simulation skeleton formed from last semester by introducing new variables and new model for the performance comparisons.
This project will finalize the study from the last semester and evaluate the server performance under the new architecture. Also, I will try to explore and compare the performances before and after the structure level refactors in the server architecture design, which is in achieving to provide comparison to the system architects or other stakeholders and help them to explore the possible improvements of the current registration server system.
The ultimate goal of the study remains the same: I am seeking opportunities to analyze over current problematic flows and achieving making betterments to the product and I expect to make theoretical suggestions to better for the current workflow and logic structure of the current registration server system so that the server would be more durable for automation tests and malicious attacks.
Hang, M. (2020). A Study over Registration Server System Simulation. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.harrisburgu.edu/csms_student-coursework/6