|Filtering trees for selectively notifying subscribers of events are provided, and are |
constructed with OR nodes to substantially reduce their size. The filtering trees
have nodes representing event variables that ultimately branch to leaf nodes
thereunder, and the leaf nodes identify which of a set of queries are ...
|The present invention provides for automatically installing software on |
heterogeneous computer systems. In a distributed system having heterogeneous
computer systems having dissimilar hardware or software components or
dissimilar configuration information, such as different natural languages, ...
|A common information model (CIM) enables management application programs |
to receive uniformly rendered results regardless of the source of the information.
A CIM object manager isolates the applications from internal components which
retrieve the information from various sources and through ...
|Model-based application management architecture. A developer can describe an |
application or service in terms of its constituent components. Desired states can
be described in terms of functionality, configuration, security, and performance.
The description is employed at application installation to ...
|A rules runtime engine for scheduling and concurrently processing of rules. The |
engine efficiently runs a large number of rules in a parallel fashion. This is
accomplished by authoring rules in a rule definition language, passing these
rules through the translator for communication to the runtime engine and, ...
|A system that uses a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) to uniquely identify a |
class of resources. The schema uses a URI with a placeholder substituted for the
resource name, effectively creating a URI template. Processing of the URI
template facilitates retrieval of resource class information. If specificity is required,
the URI ...
|A rules definition language the authoring rules for concurrent processing. The |
RDL includes statements that facilitate efficient use of computer resources by
allowing a rule to ...