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Adaptive Information Technology for Service Lifecycle Management

HPL-2008-80 Adaptive Information Technology for Service Lifecycle Management - Rolia, Jerry; Belrose, Guillaume; Brand, Klaus; Edwards, Nigel; Gmach, Daniel; Graupner, Sven; Kirschnick, Johannes; Stephenson, Bryan; Vickers, Paul; Wilcock, Lawrence
Keyword(s): Software as a Service, Enterprise Computing, Information Technology Management.
Abstract: The shift from enterprise computing to service-oriented and cloud computing is happening very rapidly. As the demand for higher value services increases there will be a greater need for service customization, automation for the provisioning and management of services, and the ability to offer servic ...
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ypmatch(1)						      General Commands Manual							ypmatch(1)

ypmatch - print values of selected keys in Network Information Service map SYNOPSIS
domain] Remarks The Network Information Service (NIS) was formerly known as Yellow Pages (YP). Although the name has changed, the functionality of the service remains the same. DESCRIPTION
prints the values associated with one or more keys in a Network Information Service (NIS) map specified by mname. The mname can be either a mapname or a map nickname. A map nickname is a synonym by which a NIS map can be referenced. If multiple keys are specified, the same map is searched for an occurrence of each key. A match is made only when the case and length of a key is the same as that stored in the database. No pattern matching is available. If a key is not matched, a diagnostic message is pro- duced. Options recognizes the following command-line options: Before printing the value associated with a key, print the key followed by a colon This option is useful if the keys are not part of the values (as in a map), or so many keys were specified that the output could be confusing. Inhibit the translation of a map's nickname to its corresponding mapname. For example, fails because there is no map named whereas, is translated to Specify a domain other than the default domain, that is, the one returned by (see domainname(1)). Display the nickname for each NIS map. AUTHOR
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