These kinds of interactive diagrams, like a process map and application map, support managing security and risks in your business architecture and IT architecture, such as the lack of standardization or high complexity. The better you can identify how many processes or applications do not comply with standards or principles or certain standards and principles are not fully implemented, the better you can take action to improve security and availability and mitigate risks in the organization.
Above you see a Process Application Map.
This diagram is specified in the Dragon1 Modeling language. In the embedded viewer above you a visualization generated from a JSON structured data file containing the specification of the data, model and visualization. You can download the .dragon1 File here and edit it in Notepad. And next upload the edited version in the viewer.
Next to generating maps, Dragon1 provides you with features to easily match your architecture diagrams and do gap analysis.
The Match dialog supports you in comparing reference models with your models. This enables you to see how mature your company is in certain areas.
The filter dialog in the viewer gives you control to filter any entity based on attributes values. With this, you can create, as a viewer, your own view of the diagram.
The viewer provides you with a relationship dialog. This dialog supports you in showing and hiding relationships quickly between a certain class of entities. Specifically, you can toggle on and off the usage relationship of standards and/or principles by entities.
You can make use of Dragon1 in many ways. For instance, stand-alone, in a multivendor strategy or as part of a toolchain.
You can import your data into the cloud-based repository and generate this diagram from there.
Or you can call the diagram type from within your environment, use it as a template and feed it with a JSON data file.