Chapter 8 Inventory Centralization Patterns


Process Centralization

Schema Centralization

Policy Centralization

Rules Centralization

The design patterns in the preceding chapter focused on organizing a service inventory into logical domains, which means their application doesn’t affect the physical location of individual services. For example, all of the services within an entity abstraction layer are not expected to reside on the same computer or server.

These next patterns, however, do address physical aspects of service inventory architecture, as follows:

• Process Centralization (193) advocates that logic associated with different ...

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