Policy Management for Autonomic Computing, Solving a business problem using PMAC

How to create an autonomic policy to manage a business scenario

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Eric Kirchstein

Date archived: December 13, 2016 | First published: September 20, 2005

Businesses of all types have policies that dictate the behavior of their IT resources, human resources, business rules, and so on. Policy Management for Autonomic Computing (PMAC) provides a mechanism and environment for creating and enforcing policies and automating these business scenarios. By using PMAC in this manner, your business will run more efficiently and with less process errors.

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