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A scalable fault-tolerant network management system built using distributed object technology

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3 Author(s)
Fujisaki, T. ; NTT, Tokyo, Japan ; Hamada, M. ; Kageyama, K.

A network management system (NMS) has been built using distributed object technology and a four-layered architecture with device model objects. This NetKeeper NMS, which is built on a distributed object platform, has improved scalability and fault tolerance, and can be customized easily. It can thus be used to manage enterprise networks, which consist of a huge number of multi-vendor network devices and have original management policies. NetKeeper is being used in a commercial Internet service provider's network and in several LANs

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Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Workshop [1997]. EDOC '97. Proceedings. First International

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24-26 Oct 1997