Self-* and P2P for Network Management [electronic resource] : Design Principles and Case Studies / by Clarissa Cassales Marquezan, Lisandro Zambenedetti Granville
- SpringerBriefs in Computer Science, 2191-5768
- Foreword -- Preface -- Introduction -- State of the Art -- Principles of the Self-* P2P Design -- Case Study I: Reliability of Monitoring Platforms -- Case Study II: Resource Management of Network Virtualization -- Results Discussion -- Conclusions.
- The network management community has been pushed towards the design of alternative management approaches able to support heterogeneity, scalability, reliability, and minor human intervention. The employment of self-* properties and Peer-To-Peer (P2P) are seen as promising alternatives, able to provide the sophisticated solutions required. Despite being developed in parallel, and with minor direct connections perceived between them, self-* properties and P2P can be used concurrently. In Self-* and P2P for Network Management: Design Principles and Case Studies, the authors explore the issues behind the joint use of self-* properties and P2P, and present:a survey relating autonomic computing and self-* properties, P2P, and network and service management;the design of solutions that explore parallel and cooperative behavior of management peers;the change in angle of network management solution development from APIs, protocols, architectures, and frameworks to the design of management algorithms.
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