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Integrated Network Management IV
In 1990, the Open Software Foundation (OSF) set out an ambitious quest: to create an integrated management platform that would unify systems management and network management within the context of an object-oriented ... The totality of this task proved to be over-ambitious. This paper explores a few of the factors that made the project more difficult than had been assumed. A. S. Sethi et al. ... The most fundamental shortcoming of the DME is that it over-reached itselfit flew too high, too far above the comfortable and the mundane, too close to the sun. ...doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34890-2_8 fatcat:oyvesmoiwzcs3lx4jk2hhcudnq
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