An interface and associated software providing access to and controlling a collection of information and/or processes. In three-tier architecture, the resource manager is the backend, typically a database server. An example of a resource manager is a database management system.
A system service that manages durable data. Server applications use resource managers to maintain the durable state of the application, such as the record of inventory on hand, pending orders, and accounts receivable. The resource managers work in cooperation with the transaction manager to provide the application with a guarantee of atomicity and isolation (using the two-phase commit protocol). Microsoft SQL Server is an example of a resource manager.
a component that manages persistent and stable
a set of subroutines that manage a particular system resource, such as pages, buffers, or a particular data structure
a system service that manages durable data, e
A person who performs the initial configuration of a forum and who has the right to perform management tasks (such as setting access or deleting entries) in that forum.
a software module that manages a set of resources of a particular type
A software entity that performs resource management.
(1) An application, program, or transaction that manages and controls access to shared resources, such as memory buffers and data sets.(2) Any server or application that uses the authorization API to process client requests for access to resources.
The component of the smart card subsystem that manages access to multiple readers and smart cards. The resource manager identifies and tracks resources, allocates readers and resources across multiple applications, and supports transaction primitives for accessing services available on a given card.
A user-level server program that accepts messages from other programs and, optionally, communicates with hardware. QNX Neutrino resource managers are responsible for presenting an interface to various types of devices, whether actual (e.g. serial ports, parallel ports, network cards, disk drives) or virtual (e.g. /dev/null, a network filesystem, and pseudo-ttys). In other operating systems, this functionality is traditionally associated with device drivers. But unlike device drivers, QNX Neutrino resource managers don't require any special arrangements with the kernel. In fact, a resource manager looks just like any other user-level program. See also device driver.
Microsoft Transaction Server enlists the database server to act as a resource manager (RM) in the transaction process.
A CMS role, resource managers maintain and update resources in the galleries. If you are an author or editor on a channel â€“ you will have resource manager rights for the corresponding resource gallery. This role allows you permission allows you to add, replace, preview, and delete resources.
The head of a staff element responsible for the management of a specified appropriation or its subdivision, revolving fund, or for the management of the overall manpower authorization. May bear the title "comptroller," "appropriation," "budget program," or "budget activity," manager.
A special task that manages other tasks and the virtual machine configuration. It intercepts requests to create/destroy tasks and add/delete hosts.
An extension of the Tivoli Management Framework that manages resources, such as pervasive devices and users.
The Resource Manager keeps track of the nodes that are currently processing a parallel task.
An application, program, or transaction that manages and controls access to shared resources such as memory buffers and data sets. MQSeries, CICS, and IMS are resource managers.
The Resource Manager is a powerful feature that handles possible resource conflicts, such as when applications want to control the same DCM. The Resource Manager allows for the possibility of sharing devices. The sharing function is determined by the devices themselves. An example is a set-top box that can simultaneously select different TV programs in the same Transport Stream. The Resource Manager also handles conflicts that could occur, such as when multiple applications attempt to program a VCR (so called Scheduled Actions), or if there are conflicts that arise due to HAVi network resource or bandwidth issues.
A component that manages application data. Resource managers communicate with application servers.