Energy Management Framework
draft-ietf-eman-framework-09

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Network Working Group                                        J. Parello 
     Internet-Draft                                                B. Claise 
     Intended Status: Informational                      Cisco Systems, Inc. 
     Expires: March 9, 2014                                     B. Schoening 
                                                      Independent Consultant 
                                                                  J. Quittek 
                                                              NEC Europe Ltd 
      
                                                           September 9, 2013 
      
                                           
                             Energy Management Framework 
                          draft-ietf-eman-framework-09.txt 

         
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     Abstract 
      
        This document defines a framework for providing Energy Management for 
        devices and device components within or connected to communication 
        networks.  The framework defines both a physical reference model and 
        information model. The information model consists of an Energy 
        Management Domain as a set of Energy Objects. Each Energy Object is 
        identified, classified and given context.   Energy Objects can be 
        monitored and controlled with respect to Power, Power State, Energy, 
        Demand, Power Attributes, and Battery.  Additionally the framework 
        models relationships and capabilities between Energy Objects. 
         
     Table of Contents 
         
        1. Introduction...................................................3 
           1.1. Energy Management Documents Overview......................4 
        2. Terminology....................................................4 
        3. Concerns Specific to Energy Management........................10 
           3.1. Target Devices...........................................10 
           3.2. Physical Reference Model.................................10 
           3.3. Concerns Differing from Network Management...............12 
           3.4. Concerns Not Addressed...................................12 
        4. Energy Management Abstraction.................................13 
           4.1. Conceptual Model.........................................13 
           4.2. Energy Object............................................14 
           4.3. Energy Object Attributes.................................14 
           4.4. Measurements.............................................17 
           4.5. Control..................................................18 
           4.6. Relationships............................................23 
        5. Energy Management Information Model...........................26 
        6. Modeling Relationships between Devices........................30 
           6.1. Power Source Relationship................................30 
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