Technology Leaders to Create Specification for Federating and Accessing IT Information

April 12, 2006

[From IBM]

New York, NY - 11 Apr 2006: BMC Software, Fujitsu Limited, HP and IBM today announced plans to create a new interoperability specification designed to enable customers to federate and access information from their complex, multi-vendor IT infrastructures. The companies plan to submit a draft specification to an industry standards organization later this year.

Working together, the companies will develop an open, industry-wide specification for sharing information between Configuration Management Databases (CMDBs) and other data repositories. As a multi-vendor specification, it will provide companies with greater choice and flexibility in terms of adding new hardware, applications, and middleware.

The article continues at http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/19526.wss








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