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Il System Definition Model di VSTS Architect si evolve e si avvia a diventare uno standard...

Direttamente da PressPass (Technology Leaders Release New Specification to Simplify IT Management)

Common goal to provide standard for describing system information in XML formats.

Aprendo il documento si vede:

BEA Systems Inc., BMC Software Inc., Cisco Systems Inc., Dell Inc., EMC Corp., HP, IBM Corp., Intel Corporation, Microsoft Corp. and Sun Microsystems Inc. today announced they have published a draft of a new specification that defines a consistent way to express how computer networks, applications, servers and other IT resources are described — or modeled — in extensible markup language (XML) so businesses can more easily manage the services that are built on these resources.

In pratica SDM ha intrapreso un processo di standardizzazione simile a quello già avvenuto per i web services, e questa è un'ottima cosa. Spero solo che non faccia la fine del WSDL o di XML Schema, due specifiche inutilmente complesse.

Speriamo.. ma questa è un'ottima notizia per le evoluzioni future di VSTS Architect, MOM e SMS...

Il draft della specifica è disponibile qui:

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# Evoluzioni del Service Modeling Language

Evoluzioni del Service Modeling Language
17/09/2007 00:45 | Normal people bores me!
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