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The Wayback Machine

By John | January 16, 2008

This morning, I was writing a post on the OMC about the upcoming BarcampESM meeting this weekend, and I had to use the “Wayback Machine“.

I was trying to find information about the old IBM Plus Modules, also known as “AMS.” AMS was actually part of the dmtf.org at one point, but, as far as I can tell, it has been obliterated from the site. Also, the IBM Tivoli site has no records related to AMS.  I was lucky enough to get a Google hit on an old Marimba document that had the old Tivoli link to AMS. Then, I used the “Wayback Machine” to find it. Does this look familiar to anyone?

AMS Module Builder

Here it is if you are interested:

Tivoli Module Designer

Topics: omc, tivoli | 1 Comment »

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