Create autonomic computing policies using Simplified Policy Language

Streamline policy creation with Policy Management for Autonomic Computing

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Sampath Chilukuri

Date archived: September 1, 2016 | First published: February 14, 2006

Simplified Policy Language (SPL) is a syntax for developing autonomic computing policies that can be understood by humans. Policy authoring without proper tools can be difficult because it requires a thorough knowledge of Extensible Markup Language (XML). SPL comes to the rescue by providing an easy syntax for creating policies. Streamline and simplify your policy creation with the Policy Management tool PMAC, which is downloadable from alphaWorks, so that you can experiment with creating policies. Administrators responsible for creating and maintaining the policies for an organization will benefit the most from this tutorial.

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