The file name of the package containing the SoftwareModule. fileName The version string assigned to this entity. version Serial number assigned by the manufacturer. The value should be provided by the manufacturer of the resource. serialNumber A label assigned to a machine and used for communications on the local network. For example, a Windows hostname is IBM-2JMUUEH6TEQ . shortHostName Network An organized collection of digital data that is managed by a database management system (DBMS). (A Database Management System, in turn, is represented as a SoftwareServer). Database Value of the device model. The model number as provided by the device manufacturer. model A network endpoint, i.e. the combination of IP address and port number that clients connect to when accessing a SoftwareServer. ServerAccessPoint A set of shared database connections. DatabaseConnectionPool A relationship denoting that the source of the relationship cannot function properly without an association with the target. The dependency is directional ( the source depends on the target but the reverse is not necessarily true ) and can represent any cause or type of dependency. For instance, this relationship can be used to denote that a device depends on its power supply(s) or that an IP path depends on a layer 2 connection. dependsOn OracleInstance WebSphereServer Name of the device manufacturer. This attribute SHOULD be a publicly available manufacturer name vocabulary. manufacturer Typically used as an identity field, this property is used to represent a known name of a resource instance. name The port number as defined by IETF and IANA. portNumber The ComputerSystem this SoftwareServer instance is running on. runsOn NULL If there is a temporal order between other Path or ServiceInstance Resource Definitions, the Resource Definition action that occur after this Resource Instance are listed here. occursBefore Compute Path represents individual components of a directed graph of resources, where specific ordering is necessary to preserve a graph. Examples of such directed graphs are the representation of workflows or processes. Path A globally unique ID assigned to their machines by some manufacturers (.e.g Sun Solaris) . hostid Application Represents the operating system or control software installed and running on a ComputerSystem testing OperatingSystem MQQueue The directory where the files for this SoftwareServer are stored. instancePath The Software Server representing the database instance that manages this database. dbInstance contextAddressSpace When context is required, this is the containing Application for the set of Transactions. parentServiceInstance IBMHTTPServer J2EEServer The SoftwareServer on which this SoftwareModule is deployed. deployedTo Common IT Resource Type Vocabulary The Common IT Resource Type vocabulary. Common IT Resource Type Vocabulary A Service Instance is the representation of a service offering that was selected by the customer and then instantiated for that specific customer. Service Instances are supported by definite and measurable warranties or guarantees that the expected level of service/value will be met. Instances of the resource carry exposure from the group that is responsible for supporting the offering externally to the group that is utilizing the offering. It is common to group or nest instances together to form a service instance hierarchy. This resource definition does not represent the individual processes and/or activities that comprise an overall service except in the case where such processes are viewed as an independent service. In this condition, an instance of ServiceInstance would be created to represent the ServiceInstance of the process, then creating a hierarchy of ServiceInstances (to the containing ServiceInstance). ServiceInstance DB2Instance The fully qualified domain name (FQDN). In Internet communications, the name of a host system that includes all of the subnames of the domain name. An example of a fully qualified domain name is . fqdn The resource acting as the origination point in the ordered path. elementFrom Represents packaged components that are deployed to a SoftwareServer. SoftwareModule A set of shared J2C connections. J2CConnectorPool Transaction Represents an instance of software that participates in hosting a particular application. SoftwareServer Storage The time that the resource was last observed by the provider. observationTime A set of shared threads. ThreadPool WebServer The resource acting as the destination point in the ordered path. elementTo Represents an identifiable unit of data storage. A StorageVolume can be a physical device ( e.g. a removable hard drive ) or a logical unit created by combining one or more other storage volumes. testing StorageVolume The canonical string representation of the IP address. address The unique identifier of the system board. systemBoardUUID MQQueueManager This resource represents a process running under an operating system. testing Process The IP address assigned to this system. ipAddress Represents an IP address, either IPv4-based or IPv6-based. IPAddress The process id number assigned to the Process by the operating system. processId the storage area used by an Database to store its data. Database administrators define how Tablespaces maps to actual system storage. A Tablespace can be a physical device ( e.g. a removable hard drive ) or a logical unit (e.g. a file or a virtual disk). testing Tablespace The Server Access Point clients use for communications with this resource. serverAccessPoint J2EEApplication MessagingServer The VMID is a unique identifier for the virtual machine. vmid DatabaseInstance An intelligent device, such as a computer, that can perform computing, data collection, and/or communication operations. This category includes general purpose computers, such as laptops, servers, and virtual machines; computers with specific functions, such as Networking and Storage hardware, Voice over IP Telephony devices, HVAC systems; monitoring data collection devices in buildings, automobiles, or electronic grids. ComputerSystem Specifies the asset tag for a physical piece of equipment. Asset tags are typically human readable labels that are durable and securely attached to equipment. Asset tags may also be readable by barcode and/or RFID. assetTag