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Conference Papers Year : 2003

Management of Dynamic Networks and Services


When the first management standards were established, about 20 years ago, they where designed for the management of highly static elements (e.g. backbone switches, core routers, mainframes) and statically provisioned network services (e.g. virtual circuits, virtal paths, ...). This situation has drastically changed over the recent years with the increasing support for dynamics at all levels of a networked service: element, infrastructure, middleware and service. This is achieved mainly by the advent of wireless infrastructures (especially WiFi), Home Networks, programmable elements, component based and extensible service infrastructures and novel service models such as the P2P one. This dynamics has an enormous impact on the management plane which needs to adapt to the conditions imposed by these novel infrastructures. This tutorial addresses this issue by (1) identifying the management need and the new requirements, (2) presenting in detail the potential to address these requirements by 2 industrial deployed approaches: JMX in the Java world and SyncML-DM in the Device management world, (3) providing an up-to-date vision of research proposals addressing advanced dynamics of managed infrastructure.


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inria-00107670 , version 1 (19-10-2006)


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Olivier Festor, Radu State. Management of Dynamic Networks and Services. Concordia Summer Workshop on Services Engineering and Network Management, Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering (CIISE), Aug 2003, Montréal, Canada, 23 p. ⟨inria-00107670⟩
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