Hi, does anyone have any schema/networks of application components and their dependencies? Many thanks Rupert

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(26 Feb, 19:00) vasundhar

Hi Vasundhar - sorry for the delay replying to you. What I had in mind was something like Oracle where you have Enterprise Manager (plus modules) mapping to hosts and databases, agents etc all distributed around a network. Thanks Rupert

(02 Mar, 19:34) network_vis

I haven't tried this, but there is an example of Visualizing Linux package dependencies [ video ] using the JIT (Javascript InfoVis Toolkit) that uses apt-rdepends, "a linux tool [for displaying] a hierarchy of package dependencies for a given package".

If visualisation is your aim, tools such as gource may also be of interest, which can be used to visualise the way code was checked in to the source code repository in an animated way.


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Thanks psychemedia! Very helpful - I'll start exploring that option.

(02 Mar, 19:33) network_vis
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