A holistic management architecture for large-scale adaptive networks
Clement, Michael R.
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This thesis extends the traditional notion of network management as an indicator of resource availability and utilization into a systemic model of resource requirements, capabilities, and adaptable allocations from a services perspective. Central to this model is a mapping of user information requirements onto measurable network attributes that can be used to evaluate levels of service. A monitoring infrastructure suitable to capturing and visualizing these attributes is also investigated. The outcome is a framework for understanding, measuring, and monitoring informational services in terms of their effects on a network. These results could be used to develop semi-automated and adaptive network monitoring and management suites that would support large-scale network centric operations.
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