March, 2007

  • SML in News

    The member submission of SML to W3C has been noticed by the press. Here are some links for your reading pleasure. An important caveat before you click on these links: t hese articles focus on the current and future use of SML for IT services/systems management...
  • SML is a Domain-Neutral Modeling Language

    I frequently encounter the following questions (or their variants) · How is SML related to CIM? · How is SML related to DCML? These questions stem from the misconception that SML is limited to the domain of IT services management. I do realize...
  • W3C Acknowledges Member Submission of SML Specifications

    I am delighted to announce that W3C has acknowledged the member submission of the SML specifications and the SML and SML IF specifications are now publicly available at W3C’s web site. Note that this does not mean that these specifications have become...
  • Version 1.0 of SML and SML-IF Specifications

    I am delighted to announce that the SML WG has completed its work and published the final drafts (version 1.0) of the SML and SML-IF specifications. Congratulations to all member organizations and their representatives for doing a remarkable job in finalizing...