Pattern Type

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Pattern
A Pattern is a set of Building Blocks that form an infrastructure Product/Solution. A Pattern describes the architecture of a solution, being technology and organization agnostic. One ore more Pattern Types serve as archetypes for the modelling of a Pattern Variant, that outlines a solution at implementation level. It houses the general description of the intended functionality of the Pattern Variants based upon it. The full set of Pattern Types form the universal and basic structure of all Infrastructure Landscapes. A clickable map of the Pattern Types that together form the archetype of the Infrastructure Landscape is depicted below:
User WorkspaceStreams ManagementPortalMessage HandlingOrchestrationAccess SecurityAccess DistributionApplication HostingContent HostingFacilities DeploymentFacilities MonitoringIdentity & Permission ManagementData TransportFile StorageData ManagementAuthentication & AuthorizationData Zone ProtectionRaw StorageSector "Commons"Sector "Business Support"Sector "Core"Sector "Operations"Infrastructure Landscape.png
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0 Pattern Types are defined in this wiki, excluding 0 PATs under consideration, and 0 obsoleted PATs. Click on the Pattern Type names in the table below to access the Pattern Type descriptions/definitions and the Building Block Types they are composed of:

Pattern Type Function Mandatory BBTs Optional BBTs Sector Maturity

Note: the following 0 Pattern Types have been proposed.

Pattern Type Function Mandatory BBTs Optional BBTs Sector Maturity

Note: the following 0 Pattern Types have been obsoleted.

Pattern Type Function Mandatory BBTs Optional BBTs Sector Maturity