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Logical Architecture vs Physical Architecture

 , updated on June 05, 2017
Logical architecture is a structural design that gives as much detail as possible without constraining the architecture to a particular technology or environment. For example, a diagram that illustrates the relationship between software components.
Physical architecture gives enough detail to implement the architecture on a technology. For example, a specification of software services and components.
Logical Architecture vs Physical Architecture
Logical Architecture
Physical Architecture
Definition
A structural design that gives as much detail as possible without constraining the architecture to a particular technology or environment.
A structural design that gives enough detail to implement and deploy a solution.
Purpose
Planning and communicating architecture.
Implementing and deploying solutions.

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