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What does DME stand for?

DME stands for Distributed Management Environment


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We are very excited to have Cisco join the group of leading companies that can demonstrate interoperability with Sun Enterprise Manager-Sun's distributed management environment for building and maintaining scalable and reliable high-performance networks," said Brian Kirschner, general manager of the network operations software products group of Sun Microsystems.
In this role, he was responsible for production of the Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) and the Distributed Management Environment (DME) Network Management Option (NMO) deliveries.
PowerBroker Extended C++ for Windows Programmers is a distributed management environment, which makes a network appear as one unified computing resource by taking care of such complex programming tasks as network programming, network communication protocols and differences in machine architectures.
Systems Center remains committed to UNIX/Open Systems strategies, and has recently been selected by the Open Software Foundation (OSF) to provide the Distributed Print Services component for OSF's Distributed Management Environment (DME).
OSF membership ensures early and full access to OSF technologies for evaluation, including OSF's recently announced Distributed Management Environment (DME) software.
OSF membership ensures early and full access to OSF technologies for evaluation, including OSF's recently announced Distributed Management Environment (DME) software.
TIVOLI'S TECHNOLOGY PLAYS DOMINANT ROLE IN OPEN SOFTWARE FOUNDATION'S DISTRIBUTED MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENT Object-Oriented Software Standard Goes Beyond Network Management to Address Complex Services, Resources of Computer Networks AUSTIN, Texas, June 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Technology from an Austin, Texas, start-up company that dramatically simplifies the management of distributed computer systems will soon be broadly available to businesses and computer-industry vendors as part of the Open Software Foundation's Distributed Management Environment.