The systems analyst job carries into and beyond the implementation stage. Often, this is a confusing time for the client, who may not understand the complexities of these steps. You will need to research key terms and provide examples. The selection of appropriate sources establishes your credibility with clients. A Research Methodology Appendix allows your client to critically evaluate a studys overall validity and reliability. In addition to research and presentation of ideas, this assessment will test your ability to explain technology concepts to non-technical clients. This assignment addresses two content areas: first, types of system architecture design requirements; and second, methods of testing systems for implementation. Instructions and Requirements When finalizing system requirements, it is helpful to return to previous parts of the SDLC and the design specifications. In this case, we want to review requirements related to architecture design. Your task is to explain the four primary types of nonfunctional requirements that can be important in designing the architecture. Youll want to examine relevant subtypes and research examples of these types of requirements. The second main concept to explore this week is to review various testing methods ways to verify that the system does what it was designed to do. As you are researching the examples, you will want to evaluate your sources and document it in a Research Methodology Appendix. You will need at least 3 sources beyond the textbook (the textbook does not count as a source). Appropriate academic or scholarly resources include books, academic journal articles, and published expert reports. Be wary of advertisements, opinion sources, and crowd-sourced documentation (like Wikipedia). There are two research methodology components: Process and Evaluation. For process, you will want to explain what was your method of research? How did you search for your examples? For source evaluation you will want to identify what makes your sources appropriate for this presentation? Why are they relevant? Documentation Prepare a PowerPoint with the following requirements. The outline below corresponds to the slides and information necessary for this assessment. For each slide, write in your own words. You are additionally required to use (at least) 3 quality/academic/scholarly resources beyond the textbook. Provide an APA in-text citation and an APA references slide(s) as part of the presentation. Images are encouraged. Presentation and layout matters. 1. Cover slide, course, your name, and the date. 2. Define the overall purpose of Operational Requirements 3. Operational Requirements (subtype and example one) 4. Operational Requirements (subtype and example two) 5. Performance Requirements (overall purpose) 6. Performance Requirements (subtype and example one) 7. Performance Requirements (subtype and example two) 8. Security Requirements (overall purpose) 9. Security Requirements (subtype and example one) 10. Security Requirements (subtype and example two) 11. Cultural and Political Requirements (overall purpose) 12. Cultural and Political Requirements (subtype and example one) 13. Cultural and Political Requirements (subtype and example two) 14. Unit Testing defined and example 15. Integration Testing defined and example 16. System Testing defined and example 17. Acceptance Testing defined and example 18. Summary 19. Appendix: Research Methodology Process 20. Appendix: Research Methodology Source Evaluation 21. References slide(s) as needed Design notes: Use a design theme. Images and other visual aids are encouraged Creativity and visual presentation matters. The outline is a suggested, but not required structure. If you can compress two examples onto one slide you are welcome. If you need additional slides for documentation (especially research methodology) you can include more information. Ensure good readability (consider color, text size, etc.) Do not use animation or transitions. Do not include content in the notes area every slide should be self-sufficient. Minimum Submission Requirements Proper notification of any resubmission, repurposing, or reworking of prior work This assessment should be a Microsoft Word (minimum 350 words) document, in addition to the title and reference pages. Respond to the questions in a thorough manner, providing specific examples of concepts, topics, definitions, and other elements asked for in the questions. Your submission should be highly organized, logical, and focused. Your submission should provide a clearly established and sustained viewpoint and purpose. Your writing should be well ordered, logical, and unified, as well as original and insightful. Your submission must be written in Standard English and demonstrate exceptional content, organization, style, and grammar and mechanics. A separate page at the end of your submission should contain a list of references in APA format. Use your textbook, the Library, and the internet for research. Be sure to include references for all sources and to cite them using in-text citations where appropriate. Your sources and content should follow current APA citation style. Review the writing resources for APA formatting and citation found in Academic Tools. Additional writing resources can be found within the Academic Success Center. Your submission should: include a title page; be double-spaced; be typed in Times New Roman, 12 -point font; and be free of spelling or punctuation errors.