Asynchronous Management Architecture
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|Author||Edward J. Birrane|
|Last updated||2020-02-09 (Latest revision 2019-08-08)|
|RFC stream||Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)|
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|Stream||WG state||WG Document|
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This document describes an asynchronous management architecture (AMA) suitable for providing application-level network management services in a challenged networking environment. Challenged networks are those that require fault protection, configuration, and performance reporting while unable to provide humans-in-the-loop with synchronous feedback or otherwise preserve transport-layer sessions. In such a context, networks must exhibit behavior that is both determinable and autonomous while maintaining compatibility with existing network management protocols and operational concepts.
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