An Industry initiative to provide management of systems, networks, users, and applications across multiple vendor environments. WBEM simplifies system management, providing better access to both software and hardware data that is readable by WBEM compliant applications.
(WBEM) An initiative undertaken by the Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF) to provide enterprise system managers with a standard solution for management. WMI is the Microsoft implementation of the WBEM initiative for Windows operating systems.
WBEM) An initiative based on a set of management and Internet standard technologies developed to unify the management of enterprise computing environments.
An initiative focused on developing a set of enterprise systems management standards based on Internet technology. The web-based approach enables enterprises to manage any component of their infrastructure in a distributed computing environment, as well as value-added applications built by any third party from a central location via internet communications and web browsers.
Web-Based Enterprise Management (WBEM) is a set of systems management technologies developed to unify the management of distributed computing environments. WBEM is based on Internet standards and DMTF open standards: CIM infrastructure and schema, CIM-XML, CIM operations over HTTP, WS-Management. Other systems management approaches are remote shells, proprietary solutions and network management adoptations like SNMP.