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Multi-domain fault management architecture based on a shared ontology-based knowledge plane

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5 Author(s)
Castro, A. ; Autonomics Syst. Dept., Telefonica Investig. y Desarrollo (TID), Madrid, Spain ; Fuentes, B. ; Lozano, J.A. ; Costales, B.
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Nowadays the number of services whose functionalities need to adapt across heterogeneous networks with different technological and administrative domains has substantially increased. Each domain involves different management procedures; therefore the comprehensive management of multi-domain services presents serious problems. This paper is focused in fault management aspects and presents a novel management architecture for multi-domain environments. The architecture is based on a distributed set of agents, using semantic techniques. A Shared Knowledge Plane has been implemented to ensure communication between agents.

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Network and Service Management (CNSM), 2010 International Conference on

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25-29 Oct. 2010