Open Blueprint

Open Blueprint

An earlier architecture and strategy from IBM for enterprise computing. In the mid-1990s, it was a comprehensive set of documentation available for integrating mainframes, client/server and network computing into a cohesive, distributed computing environment.
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Crate & Barrel will open Blueprint in a "walking neighborhood" here in the spring, said spokesperson Bette Kahn.
3Com's participation in the Alliance is further validation of the Sonus Open Services approach, which is the industry's first, truly open blueprint for innovative and expanded telephony services.
Sonus Chairman Rubin Gruber observed: "The Open Services Architecture is the first true open blueprint for innovation and expanded IP Telephony services.
They support industry standards through IBM's Open Blueprint and have open application programming interfaces (APIs) for linking to other vendors' products.
IBM's four server platforms are designed to work with each other and with the systems of other vendors through adherence to industry standards, as described in IBM's Open Blueprint.
A white paper on security in the Open Blueprint is available for reference on the Internet at http://www.
IBM's four server platforms -- PC Server, AS/400, RS/6000 and System/390 -- are designed to work with each other and with the systems of other vendors through adherence to defacto and industry standards, as described in IBM's Open Blueprint.
These servers are being transformed to work with each other and with the systems of other vendors through adherence to defacto and industry standards, as described in IBM's Open Blueprint.
These servers are being transformed to work with each other and with the systems of other vendors through adherence to de facto and industry standards, as described in IBM's Open Blueprint.
DB2 WWW Connection is consistent with the IBM Open Blueprint -- the market-leading approach for open, distributed computing.
OS/2 Warp Connect demonstrates IBM's commitment to Open Blueprint by supporting communication via NetBIOS, TCP/IP or IPX on Ethernet, Token Ring, and FDDI networks, eliminating the need to purchase network transports or client code when attaching to the industry's leading servers.
This announcement comes ahead of schedule and represents the industry's first collection of integrated workgroup services designed to fully exploit client/server technology through its support of the IBM Open Blueprint for distributed computing.