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The asset hierarchy is a way to categorize and group assets that drive major business functions managed at a portfolio level. It is the underlying structure that supports asset portfolio management.
The goal of the asset hierarchy is to establish a structure for grouping assets that are applicable to application and service portfolio management. This defines and categorizes the asset elements and the relationships between them. A typical hierarchical definition might be:
Level 1 Assets:
Level 2 Class:
Level 3 Sub-Class:
Level 4 Sub2-Class:
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