List of Figures

Chapter 2: Device and Service Management

Figure 2.1: Basic Toaster Management
Figure 2.2: Kitchen Management
Figure 2.3: Some Management Axes
Figure 2.4: TMN Management Layers

Chapter 3: WBEM and Other Management Systems

Figure 3.1: WBEM Components
Figure 3.2: The Telecommunications Management Network
Figure 3.3: On-Device Comparison of SNMP and WBEM
Figure 3.4: WBEM/CIM's Informal Enthusiasm Curve

Chapter 4: The WBEM Architecture

Figure 4.1: The Management Gap
Figure 4.2: The WBEM Components
Figure 4.3: mof Compilation
Figure 4.4: WBEM Server Architecture
Figure 4.5: Different WBEM Server Locations
Figure 4.6: A Hierarchy of WBEM Servers

Chapter 5: CIM and mof

Figure 5.1: The Role of the Model
Figure 5.2: Fido without an Association
Figure 5.3: Fido with an Association
Figure 5.4: The class CIM_EthernetPort
Figure 5.5: Part of the SNMP MIB-II Subtree
Figure 5.6: Part of the CIM Network Model
Figure 5.7: UML Representation of a Class
Figure 5.8: UML Representation of an Association
Figure 5.9: UML Representation of an Aggregation
Figure 5.10: UML Representation of a Composition
Figure 5.11: Alternative UML Representation of a Composition
Figure 5.12: A Weak Association
Figure 5.13: An Example of an Ordered List
Figure 5.14: An Example Class Definition
Figure 5.15: An Example Association Definition

Chapter 6: Standard Models

Figure 6.1: Part of the Core Model
Figure 6.2: CIM_SettingData and CIM_ManagedElement
Figure 6.3: The CIM_ElementStatisticalData Association
Figure 6.4: Part of the Network Model
Figure 6.5: Part of the Protocol Endpoint Model
Figure 6.6: The SNMP Sub-Tree
Figure 6.7: Part of the QoS Service Hierarchy
Figure 6.8: Part of the Policy Hierarchy
Figure 6.9: Roles in the Policy Hierarchy
Figure 6.10: Part of the User Model
Figure 6.11: Users: The Chain of Associations
Figure 6.12: The AuthenticationService
Figure 6.13: CIM_Privilege

Chapter 7: The Client/Server Interface

Figure 7.1: The WBEM Client/WBEM Server Interfaces
Figure 7.2: WBEM Client/WBEM Server Interaction
Figure 7.3: A Simple CIM-XML Message
Figure 7.4: The DeepInheritance and LocalOnly Parameters
Figure 7.5: Example XML for EnumerateInstances
Figure 7.6: Example XML for EnumerateClasses
Figure 7.7: Example XML for CreateInstance
Figure 7.8: Example XML for DeleteInstance
Figure 7.9: mof for the PositionAtRecord Method
Figure 7.10: XML for Invoking the PositionAtRecord Method
Figure 7.11: XML Returned by PositionAtRecord Method
Figure 7.12: HTTP Authentication Exchange

Chapter 8: The Listener Interface

Figure 8.1: The Indication Mechanism
Figure 8.2: Indication Filters and Handlers
Figure 8.3: The Indication Classes
Figure 8.4: Part of CIM_IndicationFilter
Figure 8.5: Part of CIM_IndicationSubscription
Figure 8.6: Example of Export Format

Chapter 9: Building Your Own Model

Figure 9.1: PBX Interfaces
Figure 9.2: PBX Field-Replaceable Units
Figure 9.3: CIM_System's Children (and Grandchildren)
Figure 9.4: The PBX Class
Figure 9.5: The PBX Device Classes
Figure 9.6: The PBX Statistics Classes
Figure 9.7: The PBX Events Classes
Figure 9.8: Some PBX Service-Related Classes
Figure 9.9: The Collection Hierarchy

Chapter 10: Modelling Tips

Figure 10.1: CIM_POTSModem and its Superclasses
Figure 10.2: Possible Models of Telephones
Figure 10.3: Association Overriding

Chapter 11: Writing Providers

Figure 11.1: WBEM Server/Provider Interface
Figure 11.2: openPegasus WBEM Server/Provider Interface

Chapter 12: Implementing Providers: Example

Figure 12.1: mof Code for the Telephone Module
Figure 12.2: XML Generated from the mof in Figure 12.1
Figure 12.3: mof Code to Create Instance of ACNE_PBX
Figure 12.4: C++ Code to Create Providers PbxMain.cpp
Figure 12.5: C++ Code for CreateInstance()
Figure 12.6: C++ Code for EnumeratelnstanceNames()
Figure 12.7: Artificial C++ Code to Build a Dummy Instance
Figure 12.8: C++ Code for checkKeys()
Figure 12.9: C++ Code for getInstance()
Figure 12.10: C++ Code for InvokeMethod()
Figure 12.11: C++ Code for doReset()
Figure 12.12: C++ Code for setTheIndicator()
Figure 12.13: mof Code to Instantiate a PG_ProviderModule
Figure 12.14: mof Code to Instantiate a PG_Provider
Figure 12.15: mof Code to Instantiate PG_ProviderCapabilities for Instance Provider
Figure 12.16: mof Code to Instantiate PG_ProviderCapabilities for Method Provider
Figure 12.17: XML to Create an ACNE_PBXTelephoneModule

Chapter 13: Writing Clients and Listeners

Figure 13.1: WBEM Server Capabilities
Figure 13.2: Functional Groupings of Intrinsic Methods
Figure 13.3: WBEM Clients
Figure 13.4: Embedding mof into a larger language

Chapter 14: Transition to WBEM/CIM

Figure 14.1: A Legacy Management System
Figure 14.2: Encapsulation of a Legacy System
Figure 14.3: Supporting a Legacy Interface
Figure 14.4: Structure of the Command Transliterator
Figure 14.5: Different Mappings

Appendix B: "Is-A" and "Has-A" Relationships

Figure B.1: A Simple Has-A Relationship
Figure B.2: Fido with an Association (Is-A)
Figure B.3: Adding Instances to Has-A
Figure B.4: Connecting the Instances with Has-A
Figure B.5: Adding Another Association with Has-A
Figure B.6: The Class and Instance Trees
Figure B.7: Has-A in CIM

Appendix E: The MappingStrings Qualifier

Figure E.1: Example Usage of MappingStrings

A Practical Approach to WBEM[s]CIM Management
A Practical Approach to WBEM[s]CIM Management
ISBN: 849323061
Year: 2006
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