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How to show clustered environment on Deployment Diagram ?

Mikalai Zaikin
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Hi !

I read in UML Distilled, that Fowler proposes to use "number deployed" tagged value, i.e. {number deployed = 3}

But rigth after that he warns that it's *non-standard*. Heck !

Another option - draw multiple nodes. Here is an example from Bea Weblogic - here

Any comments ?

TIA,
MZ


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Juan Pablo Crossley
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I think the best way to do this is using stereotypes... just put the stereotype in the Node and thats it.


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Stan James
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All good options. Choose what communicates your intent to your reader best. I can imagine one diagram with a clustered prototype or a deployed count, but I can imagine another that shows the load balancer and individual servers with names and IP addresses and so on. Figure out who needs to know what and tell them as clearly as you can.


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Fernando Franzini
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I think the best way to do this is using stereotypes... just put the stereotype in the Node and thats it.

How is that?
<<clustered>>


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