|Systems Management: UMA Specification, Part 4 - Data Pool Definitions (DPD)|
|X/Open Document Number: C427|
|ISBN: ISBN 1-85912-117-9|
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The MLI provides the interface between measurement applications and a UMA data services layer, which interacts with the UMA measurement control layer to provide required performance data.
The DCI is the interface between the data capture layer and the measurement control layer of the UMA architecture.
The UMA Guide (see Part 1 of this specification). reviews the issues surrounding performance measurement in Open Systems, describes the general UMA architecture, and discusses user considerations in adopting the UMA.
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This specification was developed by the Performance Management Working Group. The PMWG was originally part of UNIX International, and is now part of the Computer Measurement Group.
X/Open gratefully acknowledges the work of the PMWG in the development of this specification and in the review process for this publication.
Major contributors to the Data Pool Definitions specification
|Sara Abraham||Amdahl Corporation||Robert Berry||IBM Corporation|
|Adrian Cockcroft||SUN Microsystems||Lewis T. Flynn§§||Amdahl Corporation|
|Anthony J. Gaseor§§||AT&T Bell Laboratories||Javad Habibi||Amdahl Corporation|
|Marge Momberger||IBM Corporation||Henry Newman§§||Instrumental, Inc.|
|David Potter||Open Systems Performance||Jim Richard||Amdahl Corporation|
|Jim Van Sciver||Open Software Foundation||Yefim Somin||BGS Systems|
|Leon Traister||Amdahl Corporation||Manda Sury§§||IBM Corporation|
|Steve Whitney||Boeing Computer Services||Elizabeth Williams||Super Computer Research|
Participants who have made contributions to the process of developing these specifications are listed below along with their corporate affiliation at the time of their contribution. Our sincere apologies to anyone whom we may have missed.
|Subhash Agrawal||BGS Systems||Barrie Archer||ICL|
|Peter Benoit||Digital Equipment Corp.||Tom Beretvas||IBM Corporation|
|Wolfgang Blau||Tandem Computers, Inc.||Jim Busse||NCR Corporation|
|David Butchart||Digital Equipment Corp.||David Chadwick||Performance Awareness Corp.|
|Ram Chelluri||AT&T Global Information Solutions||Danny Chen||AT&T Bell Laboratories|
|Niels Christiansen||IBM Corporation||Paul Curtis||Hitachi computer Products (America), Inc.|
|Paul Douglas||Digital Equipment Corp.||Janice Dumont||AT&T Bell Laboratories|
|Ansgar Erlenkoetter||Tandem Computers, Inc.||Paul Farr||Aim Technology|
|Jerome Feder||UNIX System Laboratories||Mark Feldman||Sequent Computer Systems, Inc.|
|Thierry Fevrier||Hewlett-Packard||Ken Gartner||Hitachi Computer Products (America), Inc.|
|Joseph Glenski||Cray Research, Inc.||Dave Glover||Hewlett-Packard|
|Jay Goldberg||UNIX System Laboratories||William Hidden||Open Software Foundation|
|Liz Hookway||NCR Corporation||John Howell||Amdahl Corporation|
|Ken Huffman||Hewlett-Packard||Mario Jauvin||Bell Northern Research|
|Chester John||IBM Corporation||Sue John||IBM Corporation|
|Rebecca Koskela||Cray Research, Inc.||Bill Laurune||Digital Equipment Corp.|
|Ted Lehr||IBM Corporation||Greg Mansfield||Instrumental|
|Shane McCarron||UNIX International||Michael Meissner|
|Bernice Moy||Open Software Foundation||Jee-Fung Pang||Digital Equipment Corp.|
|James Pitcairn-Hill||Open Software Foundation||Melur K. Raghuraman||Digital Equipment Corp.|
|O. T. Satyanarayanan||Amdahl Corporation||Steve Sonnenberg||Landmark Systems|
|Douglas R. Souders||UNIX System Laboratories||Jaap Vermeulen||Sequent Computer Systems, Inc.|
|Michael Wallulis||Digital Equipment Corp.||Ping Wang||Open Software Foundation|
|Willie Williams||Open Software Foundation||Neal Wyse||Sequent Computer Systems, Inc.|
|Seung Yoo||Amdahl Corporation|