A Semantic Monitoring and Management Framework for End-to-end Services
Citation:Keeney, J., Conlan, O., Holub, V., Wang, M., Chapel, L., Serrano, M., van der Meer, S.,, A Semantic Monitoring and Management Framework for End-to-end Services, Proceedings of IFIP/IEEE International Symposium on Integrated Network Management (IM 2011), Dublin, Ireland., May 23-27, 2011, 2011
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Modern distributed applications and communication services have become increasingly complex, composed of diverse heterogeneous sub-systems, and it is progressively more unrealistic that the users of these systems will be able to manage them in a holistic end-to-end manner. In particular, it is increasingly difficult to understand how such systems operate, the meaning of errors, and how they can be manipulated in a managed way, cognisant of the end-to-end nature of these systems. This paper describes an approach to semantically enrich monitoring information, events and faults, and management actions in such a way that they can be presented to a manager in manner that can be understood and leveraged. This work is based on one of the key scenarios FAME research project.
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