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Common Management Platform EMC® Common Object Manager (ECOM) Toolkit
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ECOM Deployment and Configuration Guide
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Preface.............................................................................................................................. 7 Chapter 1 Overview of CIM and SMI-S
Modeling with CIM and SMI-S....................................................... Structural model overview....................................................... Profiles......................................................................................... MOF ............................................................................................. Interoperability with CIM................................................................ WBEM ......................................................................................... SLP…...

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