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Seeking closure on AC018

From: ECKERT,ZULAH (HP-Cupertino,ex1) <zulah_eckert@hp.com>
Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2002 15:51:58 -0700
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Cc: "ECKERT,ZULAH (HP-Cupertino,ex1)" <zulah_eckert@hp.com>


The RTF proposes the following ACs and ARs for AC018. Please comment on
these. We will be seeking adoption (without draft status) in the
requirements document at tomorrow's meeting. 

This new version of AC018 is partitioned into three sections: 18.1 managing
web service architecture implementations; 18.2 managing instances of web
services; and 18.3 ensuring that appropriate aspects of management are
supported. 

Questions and/or comments?
Zulah

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AC018 Enables the management of web services 

AC018.1 Ensures that implementations of the Web Services Architecture are
manageable. 
AR018.1.1 Define a base set of standard metrics for architectural components
and their interactions accompanied by guidelines for measurement. 
AR018.1.2 Define a base set of standard management operations for Web
Services Architecture implementations. Management operations includes, but
is not limited to, support for configuration control and lifecycle control. 
AR018.1.3 Define a base set of management events to be issued by the Web
Services Architecture implementation. 
AR018.1.4 Define a standard methodology for accessing management
capabilities from the Web Services Architecture implementation. 

AC018.2 Ensures that implementations of the Web Service instances are
manageable. 
AR018.2.1 Define how a web service should expose web service specific
metrics, configuration, operations, and events. 
AR018.2.2 Support the discovery of web service management capabilities. 
AR018.2.3 Define a standard methodology for accessing management
capabilities of a Web Service through the Web Services Architecture
implementation.

AC018.3 Ensure that at least the following types of management aspects are 
supported: Resource Accounting, Usage Auditing and Tracking, Performance
Monitoring, Availability, Configuration, Control, Security Auditing and
Administration, and Service Level Agreements. 
Received on Wednesday, 24 July 2002 18:52:32 GMT

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