[Updated March 3, 2017]
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Figure 1. Parallelspace Logical/Physical Architecture View: Microsoft Azure Stack POC (April 2016)
[Click here for a larger version of the ArchiMate model]
- The actual drive letters will vary from system to system. Don’t fret these details.
- I’ll keep adding more detail to the model as I work through the full deployment of the Microsoft Azure Stack POC.
The above ArchiMate enterprise architecture model was created with Archi 3.2 – The Free ArchiMate Modeling Tool. Download the latest version of Archi from here.
Here’s what the original Microsoft drawing (a Visio sketch – not a model) looks like in April 2016 (from https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/azure-stack-architecture/):
Figure 2. Microsoft Azure Conceptual Architecture View: Microsoft Azure Stack POC (April 2016)
[Click here for a larger version of the Microsoft drawing.] It’s mostly useless but typical of what you’d expect in a Microsoft marketecture diagram.
Microsoft has subsequently updated their conceptual architecture diagram (March 1, 2017). It now looks like this (at the same URL noted above). The new diagram is an improvement and I can’t help but imagine it was influenced by my ArchiMate model.
Figure 3. Microsoft Azure Architecture View: Microsoft Azure Stack POC (March 2017)
For a topic that in theory has a relatively narrow audience, this article has had an extraordinary number of views over the past year.
Michael Herman (Toronto)
p.s. I can only assume it is Microsofties trying to learn a little bit more about enterprise architecture. You can see the (good) results in Figure 3 (above).
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As a footnote to the above architecture, I believe it is way too complex as a single, independent developer workstation. It’s a Microsoft architecture that is trying to do too many things: e.g. support developers as well as serve as reference architecture and deployment for IT Pros. You can’t serve these same 2 masters with the same solution.
any chance for archi and visio file?
domen, are you still interested in the Archi/Visio files?
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Michael, I’m interested in the Archi/Visio files