The table below shows the set of work products that are used in the process I have been describing.
|Service Catalogue||Catalogue of all services owned or used by the enterprise. May be technical or business, legacy or new/to be provided. Usually implemented as a service registry.||WSDL|
|Service Certificate||Identifies a service that meets certain quality criteria.||Text|
|Service Portfolio Plan||Describes what services will be provided, when and by whom.||Text|
|Service Portfolio||Describes the entire collection of business services that an enterprise uses or plans to use.||Text|
|Service Model||Defines the complete hierarchy of business and technical services used or planned to be used by the enterprise. Can exist at a logical and physical level. Contains one or more Service Specifications.||UML|
|Service Specification||Defines a detailed specification for each service. Can exist at a logical and physical level.||Text/WSDL|
|Deployed Service||A service deployed in the service platform.||Jave, MQ etc|
|Deployed Service Environment||A deployed service platform.||N/A|
This diagram shows the relationships (finish to finish dependencies) between the above work products.
|Work Product Dependency Diagram|