StackState Common Layer

This is the common layers which can be used in a StackPack.

A Layer is a specific term in the StackState where all the Components from different integrations lie within. It is used for the horizontal ordering of the topology. Since StackState supports multiple integrations, there are some common layers defined in the product. Layers are ordered in terms of proximity to the end-user. Merging preference is given to the component in the layer which is closer to the end-user. Below is the list of common layers used in the StackState and their identifiers that can be referenced in a StackPack.

Layer Name

Identifier

Blueprints

urn:stackpack:common:layer:blueprints

Users

urn:stackpack:common:layer:users

Business Processes

urn:stackpack:common:layer:business-processes

Applications

urn:stackpack:common:layer:applications

Application Load Balancers

urn:stackpack:common:layer:application-load-balancers

Uncategorized

urn:stackpack:common:layer:uncategorized

Services

urn:stackpack:common:layer:services

Serverless

urn:stackpack:common:layer:serverless

Containers

urn:stackpack:common:layer:containers

Processes

urn:stackpack:common:layer:processes

Messaging

urn:stackpack:common:layer:messaging

Databases

urn:stackpack:common:layer:databases

Machines

urn:stackpack:common:layer:machines

Storage

urn:stackpack:common:layer:storage

Networking

urn:stackpack:common:layer:networking

Hardware

urn:stackpack:common:layer:hardware

Locations

urn:stackpack:common:layer:locations

The above layer list will be shown on the StackState Integration View from top to bottom. It means Blueprints layer will be on top and Locations layer will be at the bottom.