David Aiken

Management, Building Manageable Applications, Design for Operations, WMI, DSI, MMC, VSMMD and of course Windows Powershell

March, 2007

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    Announcing the Visual Studio Management Model Designer VSMMD

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    Today we got one step closer to building manageable applications. On codeplex, right now, is the bright shiney new Visual Studio Management Model Designer. The designer, available on Codeplex at http://www.codeplex.com/dfo , is built upon the Visual...
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    Windows PowerShell in the Longhorn Server box

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    I know, i know. It was announced 2 days ago at MMS Windows PowerShell will be in the box on Longhorn Server . (I sometimes do things that have nothing to do with Powershell). Rejoice and be merry. THIS POSTING IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITH NO WARRANTIES...
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    Windows Workflow met Windows PowerShell on the DFO Show

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    I've just posted a few minutes back a new DFO Show episode that we put together with Full Armor 's Danny Kim. In the show Danny shows how they have combined Windows Workflow Foundation with Windows PowerShell to create an amazing product. In the demo...
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    Technology Leaders Submit Modeling Specification to the World Wide Web Consortium

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    So SML has now been submitted to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). SML, or Service Modeling Langauge, defines a consistent way to communicate how networks, applications servers and other IT resources are described, or modeled, in XML. SML is a fundamental...
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    DSI at MMS

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    It's Microsoft's Management Summit this week in San Diego, CA. A big theme of the week is Microsoft's Dynamic Systems Initiative (DSI). DSI is a 10 year vision to enable systems to be self deploying, self adapting, self monitoring and generally look after...
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    Design for Operations Workshop

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    Dear Valued Microsoft Customer, You are invited to attend the Design For Operations for ISVs/Developers Workshop (Building Manageable Applications on Windows) on April 16 th & 17th, 2007. This is a free two-day event, located on the Microsoft Campus...
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