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The Target Management project creates data models and frameworks to configure and manage remote systems (from mainframe to embedded), their connections, and their services.
To be the Eclipse "Explorer of the Network Neighborhood", with pluggable information providers under a single, consistent UI. Interactively discover, drill down, analyze remote systems (from mainframes down to embedded systems), and provide the context for more advanced actions being plugged in to it.
The core Remote System Explorer (RSE) framework integrates any sort of heterogeneous remote resources through a concept of pluggable subsystems. The base toolkit includes a Remote Files subsystem that allows transparent working on remote computers just like the local one, a shell and a processes subsystem. Other offerings include a lightweight Terminal and a Network Discovery framework.
Vendors are extending the RSE with custom subsystems for debugging, remote VNC display and other uses.
Our latest full release is TM 3.4. The latest service release is TM 3.4.2. The release currently under construction is TM 3.5. Highlights and release notes for these can be found from our downloads page.
- Wiki | We use the Wiki extensively for collaboration. Find ongoing discussions, meeting notes and other "not so official" stuff there.
- Newsgroup | For general questions and community discussion (Web access, archive).
- Mailing List | For project development discussions.
- Bugs | View all open issues | Submit new bugs | Request an enhancement
- Use cases and requirements for Target Management
- Architectural Overview (PPT | PDF).
- TM Project Plans
- Tools Project Charter
- Monthly developer phone conference, every 1st wednesday of the month, 9am PST (See the Wiki for actual agenda and details)
- March 17-20, 2008: EclipseCon 2008 -
- Remote access with the Target Management Project, Tutorial by Martin Oberhuber (Wind River) (slides: PPT 757 KB | PDF 639 KB) | (code: tcf-0.2.0.zip 3.7 MB | tmtutorial.zip 465 KB)
- Target Management New and Noteworthy, Short Talk by Martin Oberhuber (Wind River), TM project lead (slides: PPT 707 KB | PDF 581 KB)
- October 9-11, 2007: Eclipse Summit Europe 2007 -
- April 12, 2007: Webinar: TM goals, architecture, future plans and online demo (50 minute full recording | PPT slides)
- Sept. 27, 2006: TM passed its 1.0 Release Review. The Slides are an interesting read for everyone (Slides as PPT | PDF).