0056 Resource Managers¶
A resource manager is a software capability that manages one or more resources. The following classifications augment the description of a software capability ot its hosting infrastructure to describe the resources that it manages. These classifications link to
Referencable to allow resource managers to be identified at different levels of groanularity.
FileSystem is a collection of stored files organized in a folder hierarchy. They are managed by many resource managers as long as they have access privileges.
FileManager manages a collection of files - it is typically the owner of the files and they are access through its APIs.
AssetManager classification represents a technology that manages metadata about resources and may also provide services to manage and/or govern the resources themselves (or at least track such actions). Data catalogs and other types of metadata catalogs are examples of asset managers.
Examples of asset managers
Identities from this third party asset manager are linked to the
AssetManager entity using the
UserProfileManager classification describes a system that manages user profile information - such as a company directory.
UserAccessManager classification describes a user directory such as LDAP.
MasterDataManager classification describes a server that manages the rationalization of master data stored in many systems.
ContentCollectionManager classification describes a server that manages a collection of documents or media files.
NotificationManager classification describes a server that manages the distribution of events to multiple destinations.
SourceControlLibrary classification describes a server that manages version of files related to software source and its related resources.
ChangeManagementLibrary classification describes a server that manages descriptions and decisions about potential and actual changes to the IT landscape.
SoftwareLibrary classification describes a server that manages the distribution of software modules and libraries in the deployment of capability to the IT landscape.
- ContentManager - Use ContentCollectionManager