Integrated planning and scheduling of enterprise information system modernization

Boris V. Sokolov, Vladimir N. Kalinin, Valerii V. Zakharov
Modern complex technical systems (CTS) consist of many distributed components that receive, process and transmit information. The interconnection between subsystems and elements is the enterprise information system (EIS). Nowadays, this system uses elements that are heterogeneous in composition and functional purpose, large amounts of resources (including material and information) to maintain or improve the quality of functioning (implementation of supported business processes (BP)) and
more » ... ent at each stage of the life cycle of the CTS. To improve the effectiveness of achieving and solving strategic and local goals and objectives of systems, it is necessary to create models that allow to describe the processes of their dynamic adaptation (integrated modernization). It is necessary to develop integrated methods, algorithms and techniques that will allow to fully and proactively control both the processes of functioning and modernization of the EIS in order to increase the efficiency of the BP. This article presents an approach that allow to analyze the structural and functional appearance variants of the implemented EIS and synthesize schedules and plans of its joint functioning and modernization. An illustrative example is given.
doi:10.24412/1613-0073-2803-3-12 fatcat:h526nrdzvnb43oy2irfpnbttxm