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Alan E Baratz, Inder S Gopal, James P Gray, George A Grover, Jeffrey M Jaffe, Jean A Lorrain, Melinda R Pollard, Diane P Pozefsky, Mark Pozefsky, Lee M Rafalow: Locating resources in computer networks. International Business Machines Corporation, Thomas F Galvin, Gerald R Woods, April 3, 1990: US04914571 (167 worldwide citation)

A LOCATE search dynamically locates resources (e.g., logical units (LUs) and transaction program and files associated with LUs) in a computer network so that a session can be established between the origin and the destination of the search.


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German Goldszmidt, Jean A Lorrain, Kiyoshi Maruyama, Dinesh Chandra Verma: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DYNAMICALLY ADJUSTING RESOURCES ASSIGNED TO PLURALITY OF CUSTOMERS, FOR MEETING SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENTS (SLAS) WITH MINIMAL RESOURCES, AND ALLOWING COMMON POOLS OF RESOURCES TO BE USED ACROSS PLURAL CUSTOMERS ON A DEMAND BASIS. International Business Machines Corporation, Richard M Ludwin Esq, McGinn IP Law Group PLLC, May 30, 2006: US07054943 (61 worldwide citation)

A method (and system) for managing and controlling allocation and de-allocation of resources based on a guaranteed amount of resource and additional resources based on a best effort for a plurality of customers, includes dynamically allocating server resources for a plurality of customers, such that ...


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Richard Harold Boivie, Daniel Manuel Dias, Colin George Harrison, Eric M Levy Abegnoli, Jean A Lorrain, Kiyoshi Maruyama, Pascal Pol Marie Thubert: System and method for enforcing communications bandwidth based service level agreements to plurality of customers hosted on a clustered web server. International Business Machines Corporation, Richard M Ludwin Esq, McGinn & Gibb PLLC, January 11, 2005: US06842783 (35 worldwide citation)

A method and system for controlling and guaranteeing a service level agreement (SLA) based on a communications outbound link bandwidth usage to a plurality of customers having electronic business activity hosted by at least one server as a server farm, includes monitoring the outbound communications ...


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Kiyoshi Maruyama, Shun Shing Chan, Jarir Kamel Chaar, Jean A Lorrain, Miram Zohar, David Alson George: System and method for regulating incoming traffic to a server farm. International Business Machines Corporation, Wan Yee Cheung, Gary M Hartman, Domenica N S Hartman, April 19, 2005: US06883033 (19 worldwide citation)

A system and method for controlling the rates at which application workload, e.g., TCP connection requests, is admitted to a collection of servers, such as a server farm of an application service provider (ASP) that hosts Internet World Wide Web (WWW) sites of various owners. The system and method a ...


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German Goldszmidt, Jean A Lorrain, Kiyoshi Maruyama, Dinesh Chandra Verma: Method and apparatus for dynamically adjusting resources assigned to plurality of customers, for meeting service level agreements (SLAs) with minimal resources, and allowing common pools of resources to be used across plural customers on a demand basis. International Business Machines Corporation, McGinn IP Law Group PLLC, July 13, 2010: US07756989 (8 worldwide citation)

A method (and system) for managing and controlling allocation and de-allocation of resources based on a guaranteed amount of resource and additional resources based on a best effort for a plurality of customers, includes dynamically allocating server resources for a plurality of customers, such that ...


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German Goldszmidt, Jean A Lorrain, Kiyoshi Maruyama, Dinesh Chandra Verma: Method and apparatus for dynamically adjusting resources assigned to plurality of customers, for meeting service level agreements (SLAs) with minimal resources, and allowing common pools of resources to be used across plural customers on a demand basis. International Business Machines Corporation, Alison D Mortinger Esq, McGinn IP Law Group PLLC, April 8, 2008: US07356602 (8 worldwide citation)

A method (and system) for managing and controlling allocation and de-allocation of resources based on a guaranteed amount of resource and additional resources based on a best effort for a plurality of customers, includes dynamically allocating server resources for a plurality of customers, such that ...


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German Goldszmidt, Jean A Lorrain, Kiyoshi Maruyama, Dinesh Chandra Verma: Method and apparatus for dynamically adjusting resources assigned to plurality of customers, for meeting service level agreements (slas) with minimal resources, and allowing common pools of resources to be used across plural customers on a demand basis. Sean M McGinn, McGinn & Gibb PC, September 4, 2008: US20080215742-A1

A method (and system) for managing and controlling allocation and de-allocation of resources based on a guaranteed amount of resource and additional resources based on a best effort for a plurality of customers, includes dynamically allocating server resources for a plurality of customers, such that ...


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Kiyoshi Maruyama, Shun Shing Chan, Jarir Kamel Chaar, Jean A Lorrain, Miriam Zohar, David Alson George: System and method for regulating incoming traffic to a server farm. International Business Machines Corporation, Gary M Hartman, Hartman and Hartman PC, September 5, 2002: US20020124103-A1

A system and method for controlling the rates at which application workload, e.g., TCP connection requests, is admitted to a collection of servers, such as a server farm of an application service provider (ASP) that hosts Internet World Wide Web (WWW) sites of various owners. The system and method a ...


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German Goldszmidt, Jean A Lorrain, Kiyoshi Maruyama, Dinesh Chandra Verma: Method and apparatus for dynamically adjusting resources assigned to plurality of customers, for meeting service level agreements (SLAs) with minimal resources, and allowing common pools of resources to be used across plural customers on a demand basis. International Business Machines Corporation, Mcginn Intellectual Property Law Group Pllc, June 15, 2006: US20060129687-A1

A method (and system) for managing and controlling allocation and de-allocation of resources based on a guaranteed amount of resource and additional resources based on a best effort for a plurality of customers, includes dynamically allocating server resources for a plurality of customers, such that ...



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