Pattern Variant

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Pattern Variant
A Pattern is a set of Building Blocks that form an infrastructure solution. A Pattern Variant is a set of Building Block Variants that define the applied functionality that helps make up the infrastructure service that the Pattern Variant provides. It can be based on one or more Pattern Types.

11 Pattern Variants are defined in this wiki (excluding 0 PAVs under consideration, and 0 obsoleted PAVs):

Pattern Variant Function Owner Maturity
Asynchronous Message Handling.ESB unspecified S.A.D. Jumelet 1
Authentication&Authorization.Local Representation of Authentication/Authorization local to a facility/device J.A.H. Schoonderbeek 1
Authentication+Authorization.Internal users unspecified S.A.D. Jumelet 1
Cloud - Internal Access Only Best Effort Application Hosting at a cloud provider, for non-critical applications that are only used internally. S.A.D. Jumelet 3
Data Management.
Cloud – Internal Use unspecified S.A.D. Jumelet 1
Data Transport.Public Connectivity outside the organization's control, such as the Internet. J.A.H. Schoonderbeek 1
Facilities Deployment.Vendor Market An external facility that can supply applications ("apps") to devices J.A.H. Schoonderbeek 2
File Storage.Local Provides a means to store loosely structured data within a facility or device. J.A.H. Schoonderbeek 1
User Workspace.Corporate Central This is a workspace that's offered from a central location for office-related tasks. J.A.H. Schoonderbeek 1
User Workspace.Tablet A portable workspace in the "tablet" formfactor. J.A.H. Schoonderbeek 2
Workflow Orchestration.Common Cloud Application Direction unspecified S.A.D. Jumelet 1

Note: the following 0 Pattern Variants have been proposed:

Pattern Variant Function Owner Maturity

Note: the following 0 Pattern Variants have been obsoleted:

Pattern Variant Function Owner Maturity