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  • Ashton Hettiarachchi

Architecture and Design

On the presentation layer, it provides the interactive UI to create and manage governance rules.

On the product layer, it translates requirements of task prioritization, resource isolation, and workflow recycling into policies, and makes API calls for governance action implementation. It also visualizes the workflow execution metadata and resource usage for monitoring and insight purposes.

On the core infrastructure layer, it centralizes the underlying knowledge base, infrastructure and operations. It leverages the event and metadata from multiple services for workflow efficiency analysis, workflow tiering fulfillment, and governance rule violation detection. It then makes the governance decision based on the information collected, and notifies the user about the governance decision and workflow status change. This will be discussed with more details in the following section.

¹ DWP uses the workflow Tier to define the workflow importance. Workflows become less important from Tier 1 to Tier 5. For example, a Tier 1 workflow is one of the most impactful that generates critical source-of-truth data, and its failure will have a direct impact on revenue, brand, loss of license, or breach of regulatory/finance compliance. In contrast, Tier 5 are temporary workflows used for testing purposes and are subject to cleanup at any time.

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