Walled Garden for Remote Access (Architectural Pattern 2)

Created:  26 Nov 2015
Updated:  08 Aug 2016
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How businesses can expose applications to remote endpoints without giving those endpoints full access to the core network.

This pattern describes a standard architecture for providing remote access. It is based on a ‘Walled Garden’ concept. This is where services required by endpoints are presented within a protected zone. This concept helps to ensure that a compromised remote endpoint is limited in the damage it can inflict on a system.

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