The Conceptual view of this will show the locations for the people and both data centres, with explanation of what is performed at each. This will include the main roles performed by the users at the office locations. The Logical view will show the types of components to be used and the main technologies to be applied at these locations. Not simply Oracle or SAP but which parts of the products to provide which roles, . General Ledger, Asset Management, Accounts Receivable, Reporting, etc. For the user workstations these are shown by the type of role they perform (Sales and Distribution, Financial Management, etc.) and grouped to indicate the different node types. The node type indicates that different software or hardware may be required. For example an Office Workstation may be the standard PC used within the business and capable of being used for a wide variety of the roles (S&D, FM, etc.). Additional special node types can be the Analysis workstation, Upload workstation, and BACS workstation that require additional software or hardware. If virtualisation technology is used the workstation nodes still apply as these indicate the different packaged builds for that type of role.