POLICY BASED NETWORK MANAGEMENT ARCHITECTURE MODIFICATIONS

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Gestión de redes basada en políticas, Modelo común de información, políticas TI, Gestión integrada de redes, Redes Definidas por Software

Abstract

Policy-based network management (PBNM) allows the dynamic control and coordination of network elements and the automatization of the decision-making process in the network. In distributed and heterogeneous environments, it is necessary to incorporate elements that hierarchize decision making and create the ability to understand different definitions of different information models to reduce the complexity and costs of network management associated with installation and updating. of computer hardware and software, its configuration and maintenance. This document proposes a set of modifications to the PBNM architecture using two information models: Common Information Model (CIM) and Directory Enabled Network- next generation (DEN-ng) which facilitate the integration of standardized and proprietary management models. Besides, the decision takes to process is hierarchized and it gives it the ability to identify and resolve conflicts between the policies implemented.

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Published

2020-07-24

How to Cite

Peña Casanova, M. P. C., & Anías Calderón, C. (2020). POLICY BASED NETWORK MANAGEMENT ARCHITECTURE MODIFICATIONS. Telemática, 19(2), 79–85. Retrieved from https://revistatelematica.cujae.edu.cu/index.php/tele/article/view/395

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