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NetView Version 2 Release 3 Graphic Monitor Facility: Network management graphics support for the 1990s

K. D. Gottschalk
1992 IBM Systems Journal  
NetView Version 2 Release 3 Graphic Monitor Facility: Network management graphics support for the 1990s The NetView® Version 2 Release 3 Graphic Monitor Facility provides an Operating System/2® (OS/2")  ...  NetView Version 2 Release 3 contains major new enhancements for both automation and usability.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.312.0223 fatcat:yt7nxpgcnve33pfihqdxoczv5u

IBM network management strategy

M. M. Szabat, G. E. Meyer
1992 IBM Systems Journal  
Gottschalk, “NetView Version 2 Release 3 Graphic Monitor Facility: Network Management Graphics Support for the 1990s,” IBM Systems Journal 31, No. 2, 223-251 (1992, this issue). .  ...  NetView Graphic Monitor Facility is the first product to comply with the SystemView end-user dimension.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.312.0154 fatcat:pwrlrcgldvctvbd46hyoaygsx4

RODM: A control information base

A. J. Finkel, S. B. Calo
1992 IBM Systems Journal  
Gottschalk, “NetView Version 2 Release 3 Graphic Monitor Facility: Network Management Graphics Sup- port for the 1990s,” IBM Systems Journal 31, No. 2, 223- 251 (1992, this issue). 3.  ...  For example, Gottschalk” describes how NetView Version 2 Release 3 provides a data model to exploit the capabilities of RODM in managing complex sys- tems and networks.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.312.0252 fatcat:oyhd6mc5ifeqdn6pjyeklanake

The importance of systems management for a Parallel Sysplex

P. Johnson
1997 IBM Systems Journal  
These data can be viewed via the NetView graph- ical monitoring facility (NGMF) on an OS/2* (Oper- ating System/2*) workstation.  ...  In 1990 he joined the CICS systems management group, which was formed to create the CICSPlex System Manager for MVS/ESA.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.362.0301 fatcat:d25zjdxwrrcwpmziw4xaei73va

Page 223 of IBM Systems Journal Vol. 31, Issue 2 [page]

IBM Systems Journal  
NetView Version 2 Release 3 Graphic Monitor Facility: Network management graphics support for the 1990s The NetView® Version 2 Release 3 Graphic Monitor Facility provides an Operating System/2® (OS/2")  ...  NetView Version 2 Release 3 contains major new enhancements for both automation and usability.  ... 

SAA distributed file access to the CICS environment

K. Deinhart
1992 IBM Systems Journal  
a high level of portability across the various versions and releases of CICS systems, from Version 1.7 to Version 2 up to CICS/ESA Version 3.  ...  IBM SYSTEMS JOURNAL, VOL 31, NO 3, 1992 Figure 3 DDM access to shared OLTP data COMMUNICATION | BUSINESS APPLICATIONS NETWORK MANAGEMENT | RLIO/2 NETVIEW/PC FILE TRANSFER DFM/2 OS/2 CM APPC/PC . eva F  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.313.0516 fatcat:kd5hxlnrxnbbrhlahdo4d7dyy4

Page 366 of IBM Systems Journal Vol. 32, Issue 2 [page]

IBM Systems Journal  
NetView Version 2 Release 3 Graphic Monitor Facility: Network management graphics support for the 1990s by K. D. Gottschalk, p. 223.  ...  The NetView® Version 2 Release 3 Graphic Monitor Facility provides an Operating System/2® (OS/2®) workstation-based graphics user interface for Net- View that permits an operator to view graphically and  ... 

Pragmatic issues in conversions of database applications

Amjad Umar, Daniel Teichroew
1990 Information & Management  
support system for database conversion decisions.  ...  This paper presents a cost/benefit evaluation model for the database conversion problem, applies this model to several situations involving convertion of large database applications and proposes a decision  ...  Examples of commercially available network management systems are IBM's Netview [23] and Digital's Network Management System [30]. Network Manager.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0378-7206(90)90002-y fatcat:vtytpkveefh55kss2syfei25ni

Porting DPPX from the IBM 8100 to the IBM ES/9370: Installation and testing

G. E. Boehm, A. M. Palmiotti, D. P. Zingaretti
1990 IBM Systems Journal  
Only the messages in the operator and error logs. NetView, and the DPPX support manuals could be used for problem determination.  ...  Lower levels con- tained changes to the modules in the base version 'BM SYSTEMS JOURNAL, VOL 29, NO 1, 1990 and new code that was added for later spins.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.1990.5387560 fatcat:j7wnyaewwzdkvk4iidwnrw7ygu

Object Management Systems 1

Aleks Göllü, Akash Deshpande
1996 IFAC Proceedings Volumes  
This thesis describes a new approach for developing large-scale object-oriented software systems, called Object Management Systems (OMS).  ...  This report demonstrates the use of SmartAHS by implementing elements of the PATH automation architecture. The resultant OMS Application is called SmartPATH.  ...  Chapter 3 consists of three application area descriptions: 1 highway automation, 2 data network management, and 3 power distribution systems.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1474-6670(17)58556-0 fatcat:ltmi6kwf2fa2hiyf4skvtvy76m

Super-Servers: Commodity Computer Clusters Pose a Software Challenge [chapter]

Jim Gray
1995 Informatik aktuell  
To an iron monger or software house: the T stands for Terror! To customers it stands for Tremendous! These computers will be ideally suited to be super-servers in future networks.  ...  These promising first steps bode well for cluster architectures. The challenge remains to extend these techniques to general purpose systems.  ...  The 1992 version had two major changes over the 1990 version. (1) High-speed networks were mentioned (gigabit LANs and megabits WANs). This was recognized as the BIG change in computer architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-79646-3_2 dblp:conf/btw/Gray95 fatcat:qvgd7w5uq5awni4ehi57of4lci

Experiences with Defect Prevention

R. G. Mays, C. L. Jones, G. J. Holloway, D. P. Studinski
1990 IBM Systems Journal  
The Defect Prevention Process has been successfully implemented in a variety of organizations within ISM, some for more than six years.  ...  It consists of four elements integrated into the development process: (1) causal analysis meetings to identify the root cause of defects and sug gest preventive actions; (2) an action team to implement  ...  Acknowledgments The authors wish to thank Florence Gans for her considerable assistance in compiling product error statistics and Ben Sun for his assistance with statistical analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.291.0004 fatcat:fkedowq5pfalndg4a7cgsudwtm

Law and technologyThe end of the generative internet

Jonathan Zittrain
2009 Communications of the ACM  
prohibiting Backbone use for purposes 'not in support of research and education.'"). took place through self-contained "walled garden" networks like CompuServe, The Source, and Prodigy. 50 Each network  ...  rollout of updated versions of the OS.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1435417.1435426 fatcat:w6dqs7h3grdkzbwtbeisricp5i

Combining Traditional And Virtual Teaching Techniques In Cross-Border Higher Education

Satu Alaoutinen, Jan Voracek
2003 unpublished
On the other hand the power of the technology should to be fully utilised, as it does offer unprecedented opportunities for interaction and for linking people, ideas, texts and resources.  ...  Against a background of the latest trends in international virtual education, we propose a realistic solution for equal collaboration between two different systems.  ...  If this language is not developed together the use of technology to solve problems can only cloud the issues that are attempted to be solved.  ... 
fatcat:brfaoicvebaqnlobog6bkdtkpq

Liability for Distributed Artificial Intelligences

Curtis E.A. Karnow
1996
to network managers.  ...  ' Intervening "natural" forces such as floods, 3 1 power outages,' 2 excessive rain,'3 wind,' m and fog' may or may not be treated as "acts of God" for which no human agency is liable.  ... 
doi:10.15779/z38zd4w fatcat:psnfq5mpczgf3kekjl4p64symy
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