Statement of work

Schedule 1: Project plan

This Schedule 1 provides a framework for the different steps in an Awingu roll-out and the corresponding responsibilities. It is applicable to an Awingu small-scale / pilot roll-out in a non- production test environment. A small-scale / pilot roll-out is defined as a setup whereby Awingu is used day-to-day by a limited number of users for a restricted duration of time in a non- production test environment before the customer switches to a full-scale roll-out.

1.   Assumption, limitations and success criteria small-scale / pilot  roll out

These are covered in the POC agreement signed before small-scale / pilot is started.

2.  System overview

An Awingu ecosystem consists of several components:

Existing IT infrastructure: file servers, LDAP/ Active Directory (domain controller), network infrastructure, load balancers, SSL offloading, proxies,
Windows application servers
Awingu servers: In the small-scale / pilot roll-out phase, the complete Software is deployed on one virtual machine.
Awingu professional services consist of the following categories:

Deployment design
Installation
Configuration & Integration
End-to-end validation
Training
Support during evaluation period
3.   Deployment design

The goal of the design phase is to:

verify a number of assumptions on the environment
discuss the current IT environment and scope the integration effort that needs to happen during the roll-out
Verification of network pre requisites: Awingu requires IP connectivity between the end- user browser and the Awingu back-end infrastructure. The browser can be deployed behind a NAT device. Awingu makes use of standard TCP ports for both HTTP(S) traffic and WS(S) traffic and hence requires that these ports are not blocked by  any firewall that sits in between the Awingu infrastructure and the end-user browser. If there are (forward/reverse) proxies on the path, these (forward/reverse) proxies also need  support for web sockets. A detailed assessment of connectivity needs to be done as part of any Awingu implementation project. End-users can connect to Awingu over a VPN infrastructure as long as the above requirements are met. A test report is required, that shows that requirements are met.
Customer validates whether the required applications are running on:
At least a windows 2008 server
The application should be able to run in remote desktop sessions (allowing multiple concurrent sessions)
Application does not conflict with other applications installed on the same application server
Discuss the virtualization infrastructure to run the Awingu software appliance.

An appliance capable of running 20 concurrent sessions requires a 2-cores, 4 GB RAM, 80 GB of disk space
Awingu provides templates for the following hypervisors:
Microsoft HyperV 2008 R2 & Microsoft HyperV 2012 R2: The appliance is distributed as a zip of a VHD images
VMware ESXi 5.0 & VMware ESXi 5.5: The appliance is distributed as a OVA container (both VM-8 and VM-9 version are available)
KVM: The appliance is distributed as QCOW image files (both QCOW2 and QCOW3 images are provided).
Discuss the connectivity requirements during installation

Agree on the configuration information to be provided by the Customer:

initial configuration of labels:
labels are associated with users and applications. A user has access to all applications that have a label that is also assigned to that
a label can e.g. be the equivalent of a
customer to provide the list of labels that will be
In a small-scale / pilot roll-out, labels must correspond to LDAP groups (AD security groups)
initial configuration of applications:
Discuss the scope of integration: Customer needs to provide a list of application metadata, including:
application name as it will appear in Awingu end-user UI
application icon to be used (icons to be provided by the customer: 32×32 / 72dpi, preferably in .PNG format)
MIME-type extension to be associated with the application
Label(s) to be associated with the applications

Discuss the scope of integration:
Discuss how to integrate the Awingu profiles into the existing Active Directory Domain Controller structure. This should a.o. the following questions:
Awingu is capable of authenticating to a single domain. There is no write access necessary on the domain controller during installation and
Awingu can authenticate to the active directory via the ldap or ldaps protocol. In case, of ldap, the required certificates should be present on the domain controllers.
Awingu makes use security groups for authorization rules. By default the following groups are assumed to exist:
A security group of users which will have Administrator rights to configure the Awingu platform after installation. This group is referred to as the “Awingu_Administrators” group
A security group of users for which the application streams need to be recorded (if required).
Discuss the file shares which should be accessible through Awingu:
The file shares should be reachable from the Awingu server via either the WebDAV or CIFS (SMB) protocol. The access to the file-server should be governed by the domain
Discuss whether session recording should be activated
In case session recording will be used, a CIFS or WebDAV share should be made available to which Awingu can push all recorded sessions. The credentials on how to access this share should be
Discuss the application servers:
Sizing: The load on the application servers are of course highly dependent on the type of application which will be run on them. For office type of application, the recommendation is to use for 20 concurrent users a 4-VCPU, 32 Gig RAM
Some GPOs (on RDP connectivity) are required on the application servers (see below for more details).
Printing: Printing of documents in streamed RDP and RemoteApp session is possible when only the HP Universal Printer is installed
Roles and Responsibilities: This information should be provided prior to installation.

4.  Configuration and Integration

Prerequisites configuration: Application/Labels/MIME types/Icons have been described in the design document (see design section for more  info).

Tasks: Software Provider configures above parameters onto the platform. Prerequisites integration

Integration points and method described in the design
All users of the Awingu platform are defined in the LDAP (AD server)
A system administrator of the customer is available during configuration for technical assistance.
In order to deliver correct operation, Software Provider requires the following GPOs to be set on the application servers:
Computer Configuration / Policies / Administrative Templates / Windows Components / Remote Desktop Session Host / Connections /
Restrict Remote Desktop Services users to a single Remote Desktop Services sessions:
Computer Configuration / Policies / Administrative Templates / Windows Components / Remote Desktop Services / Remote Desktop Sessions Host/Session Time Limits:
Set time limit for disconnected sessions: End a disconnected session in 1 minutes
Set time limit for log off of RemoteApp sessions: RemoteApp session log off delay Immediately
In order to allow printing within streamed RDP or RemoteApp applications, a correct printer driver needs to be installed on the application server. This can be done by installing the HP Universal Printers (postscript driver, dynamic mode) on all application servers.
TASKS

Software Provider and Customer set up, configure and validate the connector between the Awingu servers and the existing Domain Controller or LDAP authentication server
Software Provider and Customer set up, configure and validate the connector between the Awingu servers and the file servers of the existing IT infrastructure
Roles and Responsibilities: Configuration will be performed by Software Provider

Outcome: Platform configured and integration completed. Platform ready for end-to-end validation.

5.   End-to-end validation

End-to-end validation of the setup, including:

Connecting as an end-user to the platform with pre-determined browser (brand + version) and pre-determined device(s)
Launch all applications one by one
Access files on the drives (My Drive are accessible for Read/Write operations) Roles and responsibilities: Validation will be performed by the customer
Outcome: Platform ready for usage.

6.  Training

Prerequisites: System has been installed and is operational

Tasks:

Hands-on Training for system administrator by Software Provider (1hr session)
Up to a Maximum of 10 attendees per training session
Roles and Responsibilities: Software Provider will provide the system administrator training Outcome: Customer’s system administrator is ready for pilot operation and evaluation.

7.  Support during evaluation period

A small-scale / pilot roll-out includes system administrator telephone support during business hours during the agreed evaluation period.

8. Concluding remarks

At the time of writing, the HP universal printer driver can be downloaded at http://h20566.www2.hp.com/portal/site/hpsc/public/psi/swdHome/?sp4ts.oid=503550

Based on experience, the overall lead time of a project is largely determined by the design phase, e.g. verifying network prerequisites and application compatibility. Therefore it is important that these steps are scheduled as early as possible in the process.

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