Distributed System Designer Overviews
This section contains topics that provide an overview of Distributed System Designers, such as the workflow process through the designers, terminology associated with each designer, topics about the System Definition Model (SDM), and how SDM documents and diagrams interact with each other.
Provides an overview of the tasks that application and infrastructure architects can accomplish using Distributed System Designers.
Describes typical workflow using Distributed System Designers.
Contains topics that describe terminology associated with Distributed System Designers.
Provides an overview of the metamodel underlying Distributed System Designers.
Describes relationships between SDM documents in Distributed System Designers.
Describes how SDM documents and project files synchronize with each other in Distributed System Designers.
Describes considerations for working with SDM documents under source code control.
Contains topics about Application Designer, which you can use to define, configure, and connect applications that provide or use services.
Contains topics about System Designer, which you can use to design application systems that are composed from applications defined on the application diagram or systems defined on other system diagrams.
Contains topics about Deployment Designer, which you can use to define and evaluate deployment of a specific application system in a specific target datacenter.
Contains topics about Logical Datacenter Designer, which you can use to represent the run-time environment as a logical representation of a target datacenter.
Contains topics about working with Distributed System Designers in a team environment.
Contains topics about expanding the set of application and logical server types and prototypes that you can use to define applications, endpoints, and logical servers.
Contains samples that support Distributed System Designer walkthroughs.
Contains walkthroughs for Distributed System Designers.