|Hit the ground running with AIDE, Part 7: Better IT management
The IBM Autonomic Integrated Development Environment (AIDE) facilitates a model-driven approach to touchpoint development, which is a useful, factory-style, wizard-assisted pattern for producing generic touchpoints. However, at some point in the AIDE-driven workflow, the touchpoint must be made specific to a given application. You can do this either at the model design stage or manually through hard-coding. In this tutorial -- the seventh in the series -- discover techniques for creating both generic and specific touchpoints, and learn how to produce touchpoints that have the right mixture for a given management application.
Also available in: Chinese
|Tutorial||19 Dec 2006|
|Doing away with manual, real-time management
Manual real-time management of dense services is both uneconomic and difficult -- there is a critical need for automated end-to-end IT management. In this article, learn those needs, discover IBM's place in the on-demand service culture, and see how automated management forms an important part of an on-demand world and why autonomic computing is a key element to achieve it.
|Articles||10 Oct 2006|