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Integrated Management of Networked Systems : Concepts, Architectures and their Operational Application - Heinz-Gerd Hegering

Integrated Management of Networked Systems

Concepts, Architectures and their Operational Application

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"This is a comprehensive book covering architecture, implementation, and operational use of all the current approaches to management-OSI/TMN, SNMP, CORBA, DMTF, and Web-based. It not only covers most of the modern approaches to management but also includes interoperation between these approaches and the use of stand-alone tools such as protocol analyzers. It will be very useful as a reference book for students, researchers, and industry practitioners."

-Professor Morris Sloman, Department of Computing, Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine

"A comprehensive reference on the management of networked systems, this book is a must-have for any network or management system architect and anybody else in need of a deep understanding of network management technologies, tools, and practices. Professor Hegering and his team present a complete analysis of integrated network management architectures, tools, system development, and operational use."

-Branislav Meandzija, General Instrument Corporation

"Highly respected experts Hegering, Abeck, and Neumair offer the most comprehensive presentation of systems and network management that I've seen to date. This book provides an excellent foundation of traditional and emergent technologies that every student and industry practitioner should read."

-Lisa Phifer, Vice President, Core Competence, Inc.

Features


  • Teaches the enduring principles at work in a holistic, integrated approach to systems management.

  • Covers SNMPv3, CORBA Version 2, DMI 2.0, and CIM 2.0, as well as Java- and Web-based management architectures.

  • Presents the perspective of an IT service provider responsible for maintaining Quality of Service levels.

  • Describes the functionality of management tools used in the real world-and expert advice on choosing one right for your organization.



* Teaches the enduring principles at work in a holistic, integrated approach to systems management.
* Covers SNMPv3, CORBA Version 2, DMI 2.0, and CIM 2.0, as well as Java- and Web-based management architectures.
* Presents the perspective of an IT service provider responsible for maintaining Quality of Service levels.
* Describes the functionality of management tools used in the real world-and expert advice on choosing one right for your organization.

"This is a comprehensive book covering architecture, implementation, and operational use of all the current approaches to management-OSI/TMN, SNMP, CORBA, DMTF, and Web-based. It not only covers most of the modern approaches to management but also includes interoperation between these approaches and the use of stand-alone tools such as protocol analyzers. It will be very useful as a reference book for students, researchers, and industry practitioners." - Professor Morris Sloman, Department of Computing, Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine "A comprehensive reference on the management of networked systems, this book is a must-have for any network or management system architect and anybody else in need of a deep understanding of network management technologies, tools, and practices. Professor Hegering and his team present a complete analysis of integrated network management architectures, tools, system development, and operational use." - Branislav Meandzija, General Instrument Corporation "Highly respected experts Hegering, Abeck, and Neumair offer the most comprehensive presentation of systems and network management that I've seen to date. This book provides an excellent foundation of traditional and emergent technologies that every student and industry practitioner should read." - Lisa Phifer, Vice President, Core Competence, Inc.

Prefacep. xv
Introduction and Fundamentalsp. 1
The Management of Networked Systems: Task Definitionp. 3
Fundamental Structures of Networked Systemsp. 13
Terminologyp. 13
Communication Architecturesp. 16
Architectures for Distributed Systemsp. 27
Communication Network Resourcesp. 41
Resources of Distributed Systemsp. 64
Chapter Summaryp. 67
Requirements of the Management of Networked Systemsp. 69
Management Scenariosp. 69
Management Functionsp. 82
Organizational Aspects of Managementp. 94
Time Aspects of Managementp. 96
Chapter Summaryp. 100
Management Architecturesp. 101
Management Architectures and Their Submodelsp. 103
Architectures as the Prerequisite for Open Platformsp. 104
Information Modelp. 108
Organizational Modelp. 110
Communication Modelp. 113
Functional Modelp. 114
Chapter Summaryp. 118
OSI Management and TMNp. 121
Overviewp. 121
OSI Information Modelp. 123
OSI Organizational Modelp. 131
OSI Communication Modelp. 134
OSI Functional Modelp. 141
Telecommunications Management Network (TMN)p. 147
Chapter Summaryp. 153
Internet Managementp. 155
Overviewp. 155
Internet Information Model (SMI and MIB)p. 157
Internet Communication Model (SNMP)p. 171
Remote Monitoring MIBsp. 183
SNMP Version 3 and Other Developmentsp. 190
Chapter Summaryp. 195
CORBA as a Management Architecturep. 197
Object Management Architecturep. 198
Object Model and Interface Definition Languagep. 202
Object Request Brokers and Inter-ORB Protocolsp. 208
Organizational Modelp. 216
CORBAservicesp. 218
CORBAfacilities and Systems Management Facilitiesp. 222
Domain Interfacesp. 225
Extensions in CORBA 3.0p. 229
Chapter Summaryp. 230
DMTF Desktop Management Interfacep. 233
Architectural and Organizational Modelp. 234
Information Modelp. 235
Communication Modelp. 239
Functional Modelp. 242
Chapter Summaryp. 243
Web-Based Management Architecturesp. 245
Motivation and Objectivesp. 245
Java Management APIp. 248
Web-Based Enterprise Managementp. 255
Agent Technologyp. 262
Chapter Summaryp. 263
Gateways between Management Architecturesp. 265
Different Types of Architectural Gatewaysp. 267
Management Gatewaysp. 269
ISO/CCITT and Internet Management Coexistence (IIMC)p. 273
Joint Inter-Domain Management (JIDM)p. 279
Chapter Summaryp. 287
Management Tools and Techniquesp. 289
Classification of Management Toolsp. 291
Criteria for the Classification of Management Toolsp. 293
A General Classification Schemep. 294
Forms of Integrationp. 296
Stand-Alone Test and Monitoring Toolsp. 301
Test Devices and Interface Testersp. 302
Protocol Analyzersp. 305
Tools from the Internet Environmentp. 307
Management Platformsp. 311
Platform Architecturesp. 312
Basic Applicationsp. 323
Management Applicationsp. 332
Selection Criteriap. 335
Chapter Summaryp. 338
Integrating Toolsp. 341
Enterprise Management Systemsp. 342
Trouble Ticket Systemsp. 348
Documentation Systemsp. 361
Chapter Summaryp. 371
Development Toolsp. 373
MIB Toolsp. 374
Tools for Developing Agentsp. 378
Development Environments for Management Applicationsp. 384
Tools for Designing User Interfacesp. 389
Chapter Summaryp. 392
Selected Solutions and Tools for Network and Systems Managementp. 395
Network and Component Managementp. 396
Systems and Software Managementp. 416
Chapter Summaryp. 440
Operational Implementationp. 443
Introduction to the Operation of Networked Systemsp. 445
Services Offered by Providers of Networked Systemsp. 448
Current Approaches to Structuring the Operation of Networked Systemsp. 454
Interfaces and Tasks of a Provider Organizationp. 458
Existing Work on Structuring Operationsp. 465
Introduction of a Process Model for Describing the Operation of Networked Systemsp. 472
Use of Management Tools in Operationp. 479
Types of Process-Oriented Management Means for the Operation of Networked Systemsp. 481
Pragmatic Procedure for the Determination of Provider-Oriented Tool Functionsp. 488
Routine Managementp. 492
Problem Managementp. 512
Change Managementp. 524
Provider-Accepted Tool for Change Managementp. 547
Quality Monitoring and Assurance of Operationsp. 559
Content and Processes of the Quality Layerp. 561
Operational Quality Monitoring and Assurance (QMA)p. 565
Case Study: Analysis of Security Datap. 573
Future of Assistants for the Coordination of Operational Processesp. 582
Two Examples of Provider-Oriented Management Productsp. 587
Tivoli Management Environmentp. 587
Mansys ExpertDeskp. 591
The Outlookp. 595
Future Requirements and Solutions for IT Managementp. 597
New Applications and Requirementsp. 597
New Concepts and Trends in Managementp. 600
Management Architectures and Information Modelsp. 605
Positioning of Management Architecturesp. 606
Management Information Modelsp. 608
Software Development Processes and Implementation Languagesp. 609
Architectural Gatewaysp. 611
Management: Driving Force or Impediment?p. 613
Bibliographyp. 617
Abbreviationsp. 625
Indexp. 629
About the Authorsp. 652
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ISBN: 9781558605718
ISBN-10: 1558605711
Series: Morgan Kaufmann Series in Networking
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 600
Published: 1st August 1999
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.41 x 19.74  x 4.14
Weight (kg): 1.32