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IBM's network management approach

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5 Author(s)
Campbell, R. ; Southeast Region Inf. & Telecommun. Syst. Services, Research Triangle Park, NC, USA ; Howard, B. ; Lamb, J. ; Stevenson, J.
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The management functions requested by customers, namely problem management, change management, configuration management, performance management, accounting management, and operational control of the network, are discussed, emphasizing the need for a solution that provides a seamless view of voice, data, and bandwidth management networks. IBM's approach to meeting these needs is described. It is a combination of offerings and a structure that permit the customer to mix and match IBM offerings and other vendors' offerings as well as its own products and modifications to provide a network management solution tailored to its unique requirements. Three examples of IBM's internal use of network management and a network management vision of how future networks may be managed are presented.<>

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:28 ,  Issue: 3 )