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Locations are an important expression of the uniqueness of an organization on its infrastructure. They form a high-level representation of the specific, often unique, business requirements that act upon the infrastructure facilities.
 
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==Example locations in this repository==
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Currently, this repository holds {{#ask: [[Category:Location]][[Page maturity::>0]][[Page maturity::<9]] |format=count}} example locations.
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Latest revision as of 13:08, 3 March 2013

Introduction

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The OIAm dimension "Location" signifies a subdivision of infrastructure utilities that appear in a single "logical location". The purpose of this dimension is the grouping of external influences and/or the resulting demands and quality requirements that operate in a specific business context. In practice, one sees that "logical location" for a large part corresponds with actual physical location.

Locations are an important expression of the uniqueness of an organization on its infrastructure. They form a high-level representation of the specific, often unique, business requirements that act upon the infrastructure facilities.

Example locations in this repository

Currently, this repository holds 2 example locations.

Location Owner Maturity
Not specified J.A.H. Schoonderbeek 1
Office S.A.D. Jumelet 4