The core of the GCP Platform are applications used by the end-users. The applications get data from various resources through the so-called data sources. What kind of data and how they can be searched for, it is defined by use cases, implemented by individual data sources.
This page shows graphically how many of these components exist and how they are connected. The graph nodes are linked to more detailed information, either by clicking on them, or by a small help tooltip, shown when your mouse hover over the node. Some application nodes even allow to start the application.
Colors: The blue thinner lines linking Use Case nodes represent inheritance (the empty arrow points to the parent use case). Other colors may be customized - so they may divert from what is said here: the orange nodes are not used (or, for the Use Cases nodes, they are not use directly). Empty black ellipses with data sources represent not-yet existing or not yet deployed data sources.
If you are a developer and you wish to update this page, either to add your new component, or to update version of the existing one, read these short instructions how to do it.