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Integrating object-oriented O:XML semantics into autonomic decentralised functionalities
conference contributionposted on 2007-12-01, 00:00 authored by F Chiang, H Fernandez, R Braun, J Agbinya
Autonomic Communications have attracted huge attention recently for telecommunication network management in the European Network Research Community. The aim of this research is to propose an Object- oriented hybrid O:MIB structure to replace current MIB architecture and establish a way of enabling O:XML technology into autonomic communications more efficiently with such abilities as autonomy, scalability, adaptation as well as simplicity for autonomic management application in complex networks. This paper presents an experiment that evaluates the performances of O:MIBs in terms of the loss rate, link utilization, management polling with regards to the congestion avoidance process. Simulation results show that O:MIBs provide compatibility with existing MIBs and proved to be an efficient extension over traditional SNMP MIB approach in a view that the workload of manager is greatly reduced. Ve conclude this end- to- end approach maintains self- managing capability, easy- to- implement scalability involving heterogeneous smart algorithms for variant tasks. © 2007 IEEE.