Allotropes of Common Information Model
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Date archived: January 5, 2017 | First published: October 31, 2012
Common Information Model (CIM) is gaining popularity and is being leveraged in the industry for known advantages. CIM manifests in different forms and it is important to understand the characteristics, advantages and disadvantages of each form. This article explores such details and will enable the designer to choose the appropriate pattern depending upon the tool and expertise capability of the enterprise.
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