Deployment Diagram Example: Ticket Selling System


This is a UML Deployment Diagram example that shows a descriptor-level deployment diagram for the Ticket Selling System. This diagram shows the kinds of nodes in the system and the kinds of components they hold.

Use this deployment diagram as a starting point to create yours. Click Use this Template to edit, or click Create Blank to start from scratch.

What is Deployment Diagram?

A deployment diagram provide a static view of hardware configuration and software components that are deployed on. In other words, a deployment diagram in the UML models the physical deployment of artifacts on nodes. Deployment diagrams is a kind of structure diagram used in modeling the physical aspects of an object-oriented system. They are often be used to model the static deployment view of a system (topology of the hardware).

Deployment Diagram vs Component Diagram

In UML, deployment diagrams model the physical architecture of a system. Deployment diagrams show the relationships between the software and hardware components in the system and the physical distribution of the processing.

Deployment diagrams are distinct from component diagrams. A deployment diagram shows components and artifacts in relation to where they are used in the deployed system, while a component diagram defines the composition of components and artifacts in the system.

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