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Systems Management Prentice Hall

Systems Management

Prentice Hall

Published April 1st 1997
ISBN : 9780134963815
Paperback
548 pages
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The Universal Measurement Architecture (UMA) defines a system for collecting and managing performance data in a distributed open systems environment. It comprises four layers, two interfaces (MLI and DCI) and a data pool, each of which is describedMoreThe Universal Measurement Architecture (UMA) defines a system for collecting and managing performance data in a distributed open systems environment. It comprises four layers, two interfaces (MLI and DCI) and a data pool, each of which is described in a separate part of this Specification. The UMA Guide (Part 1) includes a review of the issues surrounding performance measurement in open systems. The Measurement Layer Interface (MLI) (Part 2) defines the UMA MLI as well as the format for UMA measurement data captured through the Data Capture Interface (DCI). The UMA DCI (Part 3) covers the collection and delivery of performance measurement data. The Data Pool Definitions (Part 4) specifies an extensible data set, sufficient to enable analysis and management of the performance of computer systems. It also defines an organisation to facilitate the collection and use of such data.