Patterns available through IBM Pattern Hub
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Updated with patterns released in Q2 2016!
Updated with link to documentation for all patterns in IBM Pattern Hub.
IBM Pattern Hub is a pattern subscription offering from IBM that enables access to a select set of patterns for the IBM PureApplication platform (it is not a centralized source of all patterns). The patterns available through the IBM Pattern Hub patterns are licensed and delivered separately from the IBM software products that they install and configure. This means that in addition to the IBM Pattern Hub, a client should have the necessary licenses for the underlying IBM software products themselves, and access to the necessary IBM software product binaries.
The IBM Pattern Hub itself is licensed using the Authorized User (AU) model. A subscription to the Pattern Hub gives an authorized user access to all of the patterns that are published through the Pattern Hub. Since the patterns are subscription based, they can only be used with current Pattern Hub entitlement. With current entitlement, the subscription patterns can be deployed and utilized with support provided through the normal IBM Support process.
For reference, I am including the PID and Part Numbers for the IBM Pattern Hub here:
Now that it is clear how the IBM Pattern Hub licensing model works, the obvious question is what patterns are available! IBM continues adding more patterns, but the list below has been updated with the patterns released in Q2 2016. It is IBM's intention to continue adding more patterns over time. And last but not least, IBM publishes documentation for all available patterns in IBM Pattern Hub here.
Note: You can find the patterns in IBM Passport Advantage by searching for the IBM Pattern Hub part number, i.e. D1KHNLL.The individual numbers listed for each pattern below are only an IBM internal part number, they will not show up in IBM Passport Advantage.