Management Lifecycle Sample Clauses

Management Lifecycle. The lifecycle of SLA management can be divided into six phases [3]. This cycle restarts every time a new service is contracted or renewed by the customer.
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Management Lifecycle. We now elaborate the management lifecycle from the viewpoint of managing as well as controlling programmable and highly observable resources. We define management and control as follows:  Management determines infrastructure configuration, resource allocations and variability constraints.  Control determines how the system responds to requests considering the constraints of management policy and information about current system state (e.g. topology, reachability, etc.). Management and control can be defined through policies where a policy is a machine-readable document used by the Platform to implement management or control decisions. It should be noted that “experiment” is a term that describes the context of use and that the lifecycle is equally applicable in all DevOps and business intelligence processes. The fact that we are conducting an experiment does not change the capabilities needed to manage and control the system. Figure 16 provides an outline of the lifecycle showing the relationship between management motivation (business intelligence, verification and validation, and experimentation down to control within the infrastructure. At the topmost level, the motivation is established setting out an objective with desired outcomes. For an experiment, this could be to test a hypothesis or for business intelligence, this could be to investigate performance of a media service within a specific geographic region. In each case, the decision maker explores service management knowledge to understand how to establish better management and control policies in relation to performance criteria. Each level has different temporal characteristics. An experiment as a construct that lives over a prolonged period of time (hours or days), reserving the necessary resources for the realization of the experiment through suitable interfaces from the (FLAME) experimentation platform, see Section 6.1. Although we consider the agreement on resource allocation as a technical operation at this level, the overall process is positioned to a large extent at the business level of the system since we see this interaction as being largely intertwined with the governance model of the platform and infrastructure provider.

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  • Exit Management The Contractor shall perform its relevant Exit Management obligations as part of the Framework whether applicable on either the expiry or early termination of this Agreement.

  • Management Leave In lieu of overtime, executive management employees receive 100 hours of management leave during each full fiscal year of service to the City. Management leave must be used in the year it is earned and cannot be carried over to succeeding fiscal years. During the first pay period in July each year, management leave hours will be credited to the eligible employee's management leave account or other designated leave bank. The City will "cash out" one quarter (1/4) of the employee’s unused management leave balance remaining on the last day of the last full pay period in June of each year and convert it to reportable compensation by paying the employee his/her hourly, regular rate of pay in effect at the time of the cash out. A management employee newly hired into the organization shall not be eligible to receive management leave during the probation period. Managers appointed from within the organization are immediately eligible to receive management leave. Management leave credited to the leave account of a new employee completing probation and all other eligible management employees shall be prorated at the rate of 3.85 hours for each full pay period remaining in the current fiscal year. Conversely, a manager leaving the organization prior to the end of a fiscal year shall return back to the City 3.85 hours of management leave for each full pay period remaining at the time of separation in his/her final fiscal year of employment with the City. In the event that the employee, at the time of separation from the City, has a zero balance in his/her management leave bank a deduction for management leave time owed the City shall be made, in the following order: from the employee's accrued vacation leave bank; accrued sick leave bank; and/or as an equivalent hour-for-hour cash reimbursement to the City from the employee's final payroll disbursement.

  • SITE MANAGEMENT We reserve the right, but not the obligation, to: (1) monitor the Site for violations of these Terms of Use; (2) take appropriate legal action against anyone who, in our sole discretion, violates the law or these Terms of Use, including without limitation, reporting such user to law enforcement authorities; (3) in our sole discretion and without limitation, refuse, restrict access to, limit the availability of, or disable (to the extent technologically feasible) any of your Contributions or any portion thereof; (4) in our sole discretion and without limitation, notice, or liability, to remove from the Site or otherwise disable all files and content that are excessive in size or are in any way burdensome to our systems; and (5) otherwise manage the Site in a manner designed to protect our rights and property and to facilitate the proper functioning of the Site.

  • Management Plan The Management Plan is the description and definition of the phasing, sequencing and timing of the major Individual Project activities for design, construction procurement, construction and occupancy as described in the IPPA.

  • Patch Management All workstations, laptops and other systems that process and/or 20 store PHI COUNTY discloses to CONTRACTOR or CONTRACTOR creates, receives, maintains, or 21 transmits on behalf of COUNTY must have critical security patches applied, with system reboot if 22 necessary. There must be a documented patch management process which determines installation 23 timeframe based on risk assessment and vendor recommendations. At a maximum, all applicable 24 patches must be installed within thirty (30) calendar or business days of vendor release. Applications 25 and systems that cannot be patched due to operational reasons must have compensatory controls 26 implemented to minimize risk, where possible.

  • Program Management 1.1.01 Implement and operate an Immunization Program as a Responsible Entity

  • Traffic Management The Customer will not utilize the Services in a manner which, in the view of the Centre Operator, significantly distorts traffic balance on the Centre Operator’s circuits which are shared with other users. If, in the reasonable view of the Centre Operator, the Customer’s traffic patterns cause or may cause such distortion, the Customer should have a dedicated circuit capability. If the Customer declines to do so then the Centre Operator may suspend the Services while the matter is being resolved. If there is no resolution within 5 business days then either party may terminate the Agreement.

  • MANAGEMENT OF EVALUATION OUTCOMES 12.1 The evaluation of the Employee’s performance will form the basis for rewarding outstanding performance or correcting unacceptable performance.

  • Management Grievance The Employer may initiate a grievance at Step 3 of the grievance procedure by the Employer or designate presenting the grievance to the President of the Union or designate. Time limits and process are identical to a union grievance.

  • Configuration Management The Contractor shall maintain a configuration management program, which shall provide for the administrative and functional systems necessary for configuration identification, control, status accounting and reporting, to ensure configuration identity with the UCEU and associated cables produced by the Contractor. The Contractor shall maintain a Contractor approved Configuration Management Plan that complies with ANSI/EIA-649 2011. Notwithstanding ANSI/EIA-649 2011, the Contractor’s configuration management program shall comply with the VLS Configuration Management Plans, TL130-AD-PLN-010-VLS, and shall comply with the following:

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