The infrastructure landscape

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The set of Generic Patterns defined by OIAm cover most, if not all, of any organization's infrastructure functionality. As such, it can serve as an index, useful for classifying the functionality of a realized set of infrastructure facilities, or as an abstract sort of infrastructure landscape map.

A clickable map of the Generic Patterns that together form the archetype of the Infrastructure Landscape is depicted below. The overarching Data View is added for reference. The Generic Patterns themselves are grouped by the infrastructure sector to which they belong:

User WorkspaceDigital Output ManagementStreams ManagementPortalMessage HandlingOrchestrationAccess SecurityAccess DistributionApplication HostingManaged File TransferContent HostingFacilities DeploymentFacilities MonitoringIdentity & Permission ManagementBackup & Archive ManagementData TransportData Zone ProtectionFile StorageRaw StorageData ManagementAuthentication & AuthorizationData ViewSector "Commons"Sector "Business Support"Sector "Core"Sector "Operations"Infrastructure Landscape.png
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