Service Modeling Language: Ready for spec center stage?
Is the Service Modeling Language destined to become a new W3C specification for describing how computer networks, applications, servers, storage and other IT resources be modeled in XML? It seems it is a candidate.
One of SML's gifts is its ability to make it easier to build service models even though system topologies continue to become more "twisted" and convoluted. It also can eliminate the need to support several methods to represent the same IT resource and can automate the creation of service models to get rid of a lot of needless, time-consuming hand coding.
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