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Practical Guide to the IBM Autonomic Computing Toolkit.

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Author/Creator:
Redbooks, IBM.
Publication:
Durham : I B M, 2004.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (290 pages)
Subjects:
AIX (Computer file).
Operating systems (Computers).
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Contents:
Front cover
Contents
Figures
Notices
Trademarks
Preface
The team that wrote this redbook
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Part 1 Introduction
Chapter 1. Introduction to Autonomic Computing
1.1 What is autonomic computing?
1.1.1 Guiding principles
1.2 Autonomic computing concepts
1.2.1 Managed resources
1.2.2 Autonomic manager
1.2.3 Autonomic manager collaboration
1.2.4 Autonomic manager knowledge
1.2.5 Policies for autonomic managers
1.3 Evolving to autonomic computing
1.3.1 Architectural levels of maturity
1.4 Value of autonomic computing
1.4.1 Software vendors
1.4.2 Enterprises
1.5 Architectural overview
1.5.1 Solution install
1.5.2 Common systems administration
1.5.3 Problem determination
1.5.4 Autonomic monitoring
1.5.5 Complex analysis
1.5.6 Policy-based management
1.5.7 Heterogeneous workload management
1.5.8 Summary
Chapter 2. Introduction to the IBM Autonomic Computing Toolkit
2.1 Key component areas
2.2 Autonomic Computing Toolkit technologies
2.3 Summary
Chapter 3. Steps to enable a managed resource
3.1 Overview of a rudimentary control loop system
3.2 Generating information or events (Steps 1 and 2)
3.3 Sending events (Step 3)
3.4 Control loop (Step 4)
3.5 Management actions (Step 5)
3.6 Summary
Part 2 Tools and APIs
Chapter 4. Common Base Events and touchpoints
4.1 What is a Common Base Event?
4.2 Common Base Event schema
4.2.1 Example of a Common Base Event
4.3 Generating Common Base Events
4.4 Generating Common Base Events using APIs
4.4.1 Create the Common Base Event
4.4.2 Filling in the Common Base Event
4.4.3 Using sendEvent() to send the Common Base Event
4.5 Managed resource and manager touchpoints
4.5.1 The interface IManagedResourceTouchpoint.
4.5.2 The interface IAutonomicManagerTouchpointSupport
4.6 Summary
Chapter 5. Generic Log Adapter and Log and Trace Analyzer
5.1 Generic Log Adapter
5.1.1 Generic Log Adapter configuration file overview
5.1.2 Creating the adapter configuration file
5.1.3 Editing the adapter configuration file
5.1.4 Testing the adapter configuration file
5.1.5 Deploying and running the adapter configuration file
5.1.6 Writing a custom outputter
5.2 Log and Trace Analyzer
5.2.1 Adding the log file to Log and Trace Analyzer
5.2.2 Analyze log events created by one product
5.2.3 Correlate log events from different products
5.2.4 Using the symptom database to analyze log files
5.3 Summary
Chapter 6. Resource models
6.1 Introduction to resource models
6.2 Designing an autonomic resource model
6.2.1 Defining the ITSO_CBELog_Monitor resource model
6.3 Implementing the ITSO_CBELog_Monitor resource model
6.3.1 Managed Object Format (MOF)
6.3.2 Instrumentation Library Type (ILT) Java class
6.3.3 Generating the resource model using Resource Model Builder
6.3.4 Understanding and editing the decision tree JavaScript
6.4 ITSO_CBESocket_Monitor resource model
6.4.1 Resource model design
6.4.2 Parameters for ITSO_CBESocket_Monitor resource model
6.4.3 Creating the ITSO_CBESocket_Monitor resource model
6.4.4 Using the Resource Model Builder
6.5 Contents of Resource Model Package
6.6 Summary
Chapter 7. Autonomic Management Engine
7.1 Introduction to Autonomic Management Engine
7.2 Writing an embedding application for AME
7.2.1 Designing the embedding application
7.2.2 Building and launching the AME embedding application
7.3 Simple Agent Reference Application (SARA)
7.4 Advanced topics
7.4.1 Adding actions and events to resource models.
7.4.2 Setting up the configuration files and environment
7.5 Summary
Part 3 Samples
Chapter 8. Application examples
8.1 Sample application
8.2 Maturity level 2 - Using GLA and LTA
8.3 Maturity level 4 - Using GLA and AME
8.4 Generating Common Base Events directly
8.5 Adding sockets to communicate events to the autonomic manager
8.6 Using a database to store received events
8.7 Summary
Part 4 Appendixes
Appendix A. Regular expressions
What is a regular expression?
How they work
Regular expressions: most commonly used matching characters
Regular expression examples
Appendix B. Additional material
Locating the Web material
Using the Web material
System requirements for downloading the Web material
How to use the Web material
Related publications
IBM Redbooks
Other publications
Online resources
How to get IBM Redbooks
Help from IBM
Index
Back cover.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Print version: Redbooks, IBM Practical Guide to the IBM Autonomic Computing Toolkit
ISBN:
9780738498058
OCLC:
137342190
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