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Integrated Network Management V

Integrated management in a virtual world Proceedings of the Fifth IFIP/IEEE International Symposium on Integrated Network Management San Diego, California, U.S.A., May 12–16, 1997

Lazar, Aurel A., Saracco, Robert (Eds.)

1997, XXIV, 800 p.

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Welcome to IM'97! We hope you had the opportunity to attend the Conference in beautiful San Diego. If that was the case, you will want to get back to these proceedings for further read­ ings and reflections. You'll find e-mail addresses of the main author of each paper, and you are surely encouraged to get in touch for further discussions. You can also take advantage of the CNOM (Committee on Network Operation and Management) web site where a virtual discus­ sion agora has been set up for IM'97 (URL: http://www.cselt.stet.it/CNOMWWWIIM97.html). At this site you will find a brief summary of discussions that took place in the various panels, and slides that accompanied some of the presentations--all courtesy of the participants. If you have not been to the Conference, leafing through these proceedings may give you food for thought. Hopefully, you will also be joining the virtual world on the web for discussions with authors and others who were at the Conference. At IM'97 the two worlds of computer networks and telecommunications systems came to­ gether, each proposing a view to management that stems from their own paradigms. Each world made clear the need for end-to-end management and, therefore, each one stepped into the oth­ er's field. We feel that there is no winner but a mutual enrichment. The time is ripe for integra­ tion and it is likely that the next Conference will bear its fruit.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » ATM - Bridging - Broadcast - Intranet - Proxy - Session - communication - communication system - computer network - distributed systems - information - monitor - routing - switch

Related subjects » Communication Networks - Electronics & Electrical Engineering - Signals & Communication

Table of contents 

Track I.- 1 Multi-level reasoning for managing distributed enterprises and their networks.- 2 Integrated customer-focused network management: architectural perspectives.- 3 Customer facing components for network management systems.- 4 A VPN management architecture for supporting CNM services in ATM networks.- 5 Network management using intemet technologies.- 6 Using the world wide web and Java for network service management.- 7 Distributed systems management on the web.- 8 Integrated TMN service provisioning and management environment.- 9 The use of allomorphism for the access control service in OSI management environment.- 10 Experiences on building a distributed computing platform prototype for telecom network and service management.- 11 Active objects in TMN.- 12 Joint inter domain management: CORBA, CMIP and SNMP.- 13 A service engineering approach to inter-domain TMN system development.- 14 TMN/C++: an object-oriented API for GDMO, CMIS and ASN.1.- 15 SNMP and TL-1: simply integrating management of legacy systems?.- 16 Determining the availability of distributed applications.- 17 Secure service management in virtual service networks.- 18 Intelligent agents for network fault diagnosis and testing.- Track II.- 19 Layered bandwidth management in ATM/SDH networks.- 20 Unified fault, resource management and control in ATM-based IBCN.- 21 Performance management of public ATM networks — a scaleable and flexible approach.- 22 DIVA: a DIstributed & dynamic VP management Algorithm.- 23 Customer management and control of broadband VPN services.- 24 ATM network resources management using layer and virtual network concepts.- 25 Management of new federated services.- 26 A general framework for routing management in multi-service ATM networks.- 27 Switchlets and dynamic virtual ATM networks.- 28 The Hollowman: an innovative ATM control architecture.- 29 Immersive and non-immersive virtual reality techniques applied to telecommunications network management.- 30 Broadband video/audio/data distribution networks — the need for network management.- 31 Management of an ATM based integrated voice and data network — a pragmatic solution.- 32 Conflict analysis for management policies.- 33 Implementation and evaluation of MIB tester for OSI management.- 34 Design and testing of information models in a virtual environment.- 35 Formal specification and testing of a management architecture.- Track III.- 36 Incorporating manageability into distributed software.- 37 Designing scaleable applications using CORBA.- 38 ACE: an environment for specifying, developing and generating TINA services.- 39 Supporting dynamic policy change using CORBA system management facilities.- 40 Deriving variable polling frequency policies for pro-active management in networks and distributed systems.- 41 Agent based management of distributed systems with variable polling frequency policies.- 42 A nonblocking mechanism for regulating the transmission of network management polls.- 43 Fault isolation and event correlation for integrated fault management.- 44 Non-broadcast network fault-monitoring based on system-level diagnosis.- 45 Proactive management of computer networks using artificial intelligence agents and techniques.- 46 Event modeling with the MODEL language.- 47 Network management services using a temporal information model.- 48 Meta managed objects.- 49 RelMan: a GRM-based relationship manager.- 50 Divide and conquer technique for network fault management.- 51 Automated proactive anomaly detection.- 52 Generating diagnostic tools for network fault management.- 53 An agent-based approach to service management — towards service independent network architecture.- 54 Distributed network management with dynamic rule-based managing agents.- 55 Delegation agents: design and implementation.- 56 A spreadsheet-based scripting environment for SNMP.- Keynotes and Panel Sessions.- 57 The first anniversary of the Tivoli/IBM merger: the present and future of TME 10.- 58 When societies are built from bits.- 59 The future of integrated network and systems management.- 60 Why bad things happen to good systems.- 61 Distinguished experts panel: integrated management in a virtual world.- 62 Web-based management.- 63 Challenges in managing intranets.- 64 Managing mobility.- 65 New technologies bridging the gap between computer and telecommunications.- 66 Open network control.- Posters.- 67 Implementation of duplicate MD (proxy-agent) with distributed functions and high reliability.- 68 An open distributed VPN management system for a multi-domain management world.- 69 SNMP-based network security management.- 70 Managing personal communication systems in a multi-domain environment.- 71 A layered architecture for capacity planning in hybrid networks.- 72 Network management agents supported by a Java environment.- 73 Integrating SNMP and CMIP alarm processing in a TMN management environment.- 74 Distributed service and network management using intelligent filters.- 75 TINA service management principle.- Index of contributors.- Keyword index.

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