Capacity Planning - Reference For Business

In this 5-day course I rebuild the subject matter from the ground up by presenting guerrilla-style tactics fordoing performance analysis, system sizing, and capacity planning intoday's challenging business environment where time-to-market iseverything, and management is impatient for results. In such anenvironment, performance analysis and planning are often dropped infavor of just getting the project completed on schedule. Building adetailed simulation model for the project might be a cool thing to do,but it could also be career-limiting in an environment where managementjust wants a sense of direction and not the compass-bearing!Conventional performance analysis and capacity planning techniques areoften too cumbersome and time consuming to address such immediate needs.Guerrilla Capacity Planning presents a more tactical approach tomeet today's demanding capacity challenges.A brief overview of Guerrilla Capacity Planning concepts andtechniques was published in magazine (PDF 1.3 MB). This class corresponds to Guerrilla Capacity Planner: Level II certification. The levels are defined as follows:

Skype for Business Server 2015: Capacity Planning Calculator

 Top tips for building your business case for capacity planning and management
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Skype for Business Server 2015: Capacity planning Persistent Chat

The Capacity Planning Stack was introduced in [SPEL2013] as a way to simplify, structure and focus the practice of capacity planning for today’s Digital Infrastructure. In that paper we demonstrated how the Stack could be applied to capacity planning for an in-house and hybrid cloud environment. In this paper we extended to scope to include a variety of execution venues (e.g., SaaS and ITaaS). The significant consequence of the Stack is that it encourages (and demands) communication and coordination between the different areas within an organization; namely the Business, Application, Infrastructure and Facilities.

Business intelligence and capacity planning: web-based solutions.

Capacity planning is difficult, and the success of your business – and if you're a cloud vendor, your clients' businesses – depends entirely upon your ability to scale IT resources quickly, effectively and securely. To help you succeed in this endeavor, below is a list of a few critical best practices for data center capacity planning:

Scaling for E-Business: Technologies, Models, Performance, and Capacity Planning
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Capacity Planning - Dynamics 365, Business edition Community Forum

Capacity requirements planning is the process by which a company figures out how much it needs to produce, and determines if it is capable of meeting those production goals. Small businesses must conduct capacity requirements planning regularly to keep up with changes in supply and demand. Depending on the industry and type of businesses, capacity requirements planning can happen monthly, quarterly or annually. Businesses that experience seasonal waves, such as retail stores or pest extermination companies, may need to re-evaluate their capacity requirements more often than companies that have more regular revenue, such as consulting firms or tech service providers.

Building the Business Case for Capacity Planning and Management

Have you ever looked around your business and found that you have way too much of an item that isn't selling? Or maybe you spent hours preparing, creating, and filling the shelves only to overlook one key component at the last minute? These are challenges are often created by ineffective capacity planning.

US Capacity Planning Business Analyst.

While typically led by the infrastructure architect, all architects are responsible for carrying out Capacity Planning at their respective architectural layers e.g. enterprise, business, application, technology. In other words, capacity is an important Viewpoint that should be applied to all architectural Views.