The dramatic expansion of integrated network management knowledge achieved over the past two years is recognised in this book. The significance of the recent developments is discussed, as is the need to build a broad-based central forum for the sharing and integration of knowledge amongst vendors and users, researchers and developers, standards developers and implementers, LAN, WAN and MAN specialists, systems and networks experts, indeed the whole network management community.Contributions have been sourced from recognised professionals involved in various disciplines across the field. This international participation ensures the expertise of vast sections of the telecommunications, computer communications and computer industries is represented, as well as that of leading users, academic and industrial research labs.The volume is divided into the following primary topics: Management Architecture; Distributed Systems Management; Implementing Management Architectures; Management Requirements, Experiences and Evaluation; Telecommunications Management; Management Applications. It is hoped the contents will not only prove to be a useful reference book and text book on current research in the field but also stimulate a further development of emerging technologies.For accuracy, all of the elements in a diagram should be represented individually, not iconified as a group, which makes ... The WAN diagram depicts the state of a network and its routers over a geographical reference (e.g. a map of the US).
|Title||:||Integrated network management, III|
|Author||:||Heinz-Gerd Hegering, Yechiam Yemini, IEEE Communications Society. Committee on Network Operations & Management, Institute for Educational Services (San Francisco, Calif.)|
|Publisher||:||North Holland - 1993|