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What does ARM stand for?

ARM stands for Application Resource Manager


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Brocade Tapestry(TM) Application Resource Manager (ARM), an innovative solution for rapid system deployment and manual system failover that enables greater workload mobility, higher availability, and lower IT cost/complexity -- Embedded modules providing built-in SAN connectivity for blade servers from Dell, HP, and IBM that are designed to reduce capital expenses for cabling and connectivity while simplifying the deployment, management, and expansion of SAN environments
Brocade demonstrations taking place in Exhibit Hall Booth #G3 are: -- Recently introduced storage connectivity platforms, including the Brocade SilkWorm(R) 4900 (the industry's only 4 Gbit/sec, 64-port SAN switch), SilkWorm FR4-18i Blade for the SilkWorm 48000 Director, SilkWorm 7500 Switch, and Brocade iSCSI Gateway -- IT infrastructure management solutions, including Brocade Tapestry(TM) Data Migration Manager (DMM), Tapestry Wide Area Files Services (WAFS), and Tapestry Application Resource Manager (ARM)
Additional topics covered during the seminar series will include: * Migration tips for maximizing the advanced features of 4 Gbit/sec SAN architectures * Tapestry Wide Area File Services (WAFS), an appliance-based solution that provides LAN-speed read-write access to shared file servers across WANs * Tapestry Application Resource Manager (ARM), which automatically deploys and reallocates server, storage, and software resources while managing their complex inter-relationships * New and emerging industry trends that we expect will impact the strategic evolution of IT infrastructure
Brocade Tapestry Application Resource Manager (ARM): A framework and capability for dynamically provisioning and activating application resources -- including server hardware, complete operating system images, and storage -- while automatically managing the complex inter-relationships among them.
Brocade Tapestry Application Resource Manager (ARM): A framework and capability for dynamically provisioning and activating application resources -- including server hardware, complete operating system images, and storage -- while automatically managing the complex inter-relationships among them.