Policies in network and systems management—Formal definition and architecture

  title={Policies in network and systems management—Formal definition and architecture},
  author={Ren{\'e} Wies},
  journal={Journal of Network and Systems Management},
The task of managing information technology resources becomes increasingly complex as managers must take heterogeneous systems, different networking technologies, and distributed applications into consideration. As the number of resources to be managed grows, the task of managing these devices and applications depends on numerous system and vendor specific issues. To prevent the operators from drowning in excessive detail, the level of abstraction needs to be raised in order to hide system and… CONTINUE READING

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