Pollice, Gary F
Due to the increasing costs of building, maintaining and upgrading on site labs, it has become necessary for EMC to develop tools which provide a means of laying out, configuring and representing their various data storage products through software. Such data configurations can then be used by other software tools as a representation of a given lab environment. The paper describes the project to develop an on-the-fly configuration utility for EMC. We developed a Java-based solution which allowed the user to build hardware networks based on configuration options loaded at runtime and outputted the representation as XML.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Major Qualifying Project
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