21. The Deployment Viewpoint


The Deployment view focuses on aspects of the system that are important after the system has been built and needs to be validation tested and transitioned to live operation. This view defines the physical environment in which the system is intended to run, including the hardware or hosting environment (e.g., processing nodes, network interconnections, and disk storage facilities), the technical environment requirements for each type of processing node in the system, and the mapping of your software elements to the runtime environment that will execute them.

A Deployment view is useful for any information system with ...

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