Common Information Model


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Common Information Model

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(CIM) An open systems management standard driven by the Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF).
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The aim of the PoC was to encourage the standardization of a common information model for SDN-enabled wireless transport environments, simplifying the operations, management and control of network elements, and facilitating the integration of distinct multi-vendor solutions under a common and single control framework.
NEC developed a management software model based on the Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF(1)) Common Information Model (CIM(2)) that enables the distribution and centralized configuration of access policy.
One of the most important, and widely recognised data models is the IEC's Common Information Model (IEC, 2009) which defines a utility industry standard object-model for the development and integration of applications used for electric power systems engineering, planning, management, operation and commerce (Britton et al.
is designed using industry standard Storage Management Initiative Specifications (SMI-S) and the Common Information Model (CIM).
In addition, the Server Management Working Group, operating under the aegis of the Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF), is chartered to develop manageability standards across the entire IT infrastructure based on DMTF's Common Information Model (CIM) abstractions.
A comprehensive report is available directly from EPRI on the Smart Grid solution suppliers participating in this testing titled, "Smart Meter Information Interoperability Test (61968-Part 9) - The power of the Common Information Model to exchange messages between back-end systems" (Product ID Number: 1017855).
Calling all providers of utility software system and services : the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and the CIM Users Group want YOU to take part in testing of the common information model (CIM): the power data model for utilities.
Key words: power system modeling, Common Information Model (CIM), Distribution Management Systems, Unified Modeling Language
SMI-S is based on the Common Information Model (CIM) and Web Based Enterprise Management (WBEM) standards developed by the Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF).
Unisys Storage Sentinel is available starting September 4, 2002, and complies with the Storage Networking Industry Association's Common Information Model, enabling management of multi-vendor storage environments.
Over 80 Percent of Respondents Recognize Need for Common Information Model
Object Modeling: RT 10-11066 Common Information Model Requirements Part 1, as well as RT 10-11069 Common Information Model Requirements Part 4 Building services design: Complementary tasks: building code, in accordance with the A2 tasks, duties and responsibilities

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