PAV.User Workspace.Corporate Central

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This is a Pattern document

Document icon PAV User Workspace.Corporate Central Version: 0.1 OIAr logo
Document type: Pattern Variant Owner:

J.A.H. Schoonderbeek


Pattern Variant Lineage

This Pattern Variant is based on the following Pattern Type(s):

Pattern Type Description
User Workspace Comprises a set of facilities that offer a digital workspace to end-users, that enables them to use and access applications and/or communicate with other end-users


Business purpose

This facility supports business users by offering business and office applications.

Description

This facility offers business users a standardized set of business and office applications, accessible from a user's own local device/client.

Characteristics & indications of usage

For a user to access this Workspace, he needs network access, a device with a set of capabilities, and proper authorization.


Graphical Overview

This is the graphical representation of the infrastructure functions in this Pattern Type, plus their main relations:

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Pattern Variant Composition

This pattern has the following subfunctions, expressed in Building Block Variants:

Environment WA Function check Rationale


Pattern Variant Neighbors

This pattern has the following relations with adjacent (sub)facilities, expressed in Building Block Variants (BBV) and Pattern Variants (PAV). Note: if the table below is empty, then there are no architecturally prescribed relations with adjacent facilities:

Facility Type Environment Description


Elements

When designing a facility to implement this Pattern, inclusion of all the following Elements is prescribed; either mandatory, optional or explicitly forbidden. This comes in addition to the Elements prescriptions inside the individual Building Block Variants included in this Pattern:

Element Type Prescribed Rationale

Quality Requirements

When a facility is designed according to this architectural recipe, it must/will satisfy the following Quality Requirements. This is the responsibility of the infrastructure designer. Note that because of the Building Block Variants specified for this Pattern Variant, some of these Requirements might automatically be satisfied.


QA Group Quality Attribute Value
Flexibility Adaptability NS
Scalability NS
Maintainability Manageability NS
Accountability NS
Reliability Availability NS
Integrity NS


More Pattern Variant Neighbours

The following adjacent (sub)facilities, expressed in Pattern Variants (PAV), have a relation with this Pattern Variant. Note: if the table below is empty, then there currently aren't any infrastructure facilities using this Pattern Variant:

Facility Relation Description
User Workspace.Tablet uses this Pattern Variant -


Design Outlines realized with this Variant

No Design Outlines are realized with this Variant (yet)

User Workspace.Corporate Central +
This facility offers business users a standardized set of business and office applications, accessible from a user's own local device/client. +
J.A.H. Schoonderbeek +
This is a workspace that's offered from a central location for office-related tasks. +