Architecture-based Open Network Management Systems for Next Generation Telecommunications
Funding: 2002: $128,819
Funding or Partner Organisation: Australian Research Council (ARC Linkage Projects)
Start year: 2002
Summary: We aim to develop an open, policy-based architecture for the management of next generation telecommunications networks. It is expected that a comprehensive Open Architecture-based Telecommunications Management Network (AuTuMN) framework could be put in place to manage the network based on centralised policies and roles rather than having to handle individual users and elements. Significantly, the scientific knowledge of open systems and network management systems for next generation networks will be extended.
Sheridan-Smith, NB, O'Neill, T, Leaney, JR & Hunter, M 2006, 'A Policy-based Service Definition Language for Service Management', Proceedings of the 2006 IEEE/IFIP Network Operations & Management Symposium (NOMS), IEEE Network Operations and Management Symposium, IEEE, Vancouver, Canada, pp. 282-293.
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Keywords: Network Management Systems Next Generation Networks Engineering of Open Systems Computer Based Systems Systems Architecture Distributed Systems
FOR Codes: Communication Networks and Services not elsewhere classified, Major Leadership Role, Information Systems Management, Computer Communications Networks