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The method of creating health console by drag and drop on the background picture

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000196901D
Publication Date: 2010-Jun-21
Document File: 9 page(s) / 273K

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Abstract

This method mainly focus on how to customize Health Console in a user environment by the HC's user. It provides an easy to manage and flexible way for a user to build up its Health Console with his background preference and meanful content. And can be changed according to user time at the real time.

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The method of creating health console by drag and drop on the background picture

Health Console Introduction

Health Console is to show the runtime health status of a system through a web service which include multiple dashboard . For most health status dashboards, contents have fixed structure -- table, grid, and some basic layout. Metrics are presented in these structure .

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Problem

While, in most scenario, metrics (especially Key Performance Indicator ) in applications have relationship between
them. And, the relationships among metrics are varied in different applications . How to represent these relationship in one Health Console System become a requirement .

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Nichols et al.

US006138150A [ii] Patent Number: 6,138,150
Date of Patent: *Oct. 24,2000
METHOD FOR REMOTELY CONTROLLING COMPUTER RESOURCES VIA THE INTERNET WITH A WEB BROWSER nventors: Stephen R. Nichols; Kurt N.

Schroeder, both of Endicott; Samuel L.

Wentz, Endwell, all ol N.Y.

Assignee: International Business Machines

Corporation, Armonk, N.Y.

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A personal computer or workstation running a Web browser point and click interface is used to display and send information for remotely controlling a computer such as a mainframe . In the preferred embodiment , a web site or "home-page" is constructed on a secure HTTP (hyper text transfer protocol) server which comprises a Hardware Management Console (HMC). A user logs on to the Internet World Wide Web in a conventional manner by entering the address or uniform resource locator (URL) to connect to the secure HTTP server . Upon entry of a correct password the Hardware Management Console (HMC) home-page will be displayed. Icons representing various mainframe computer components are displayed which link to additional pages which the user can click on to monitor and control the mainframe computer . The color of the icons provide a summary of the status its representative component (e.g., a green icon indicates that the representative component is functioning is normally , red indicates an abnormal condition , and blue indicates that amessage is available ). Further, the user can change an automatic refresh rate for the browser stored at the server for a particular useridentification (userid). Any action initiated by a remote web browser is reflect...