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The Use Cases of Common Operation and Management of Network Slicing

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
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Authors Li Qiang , Liang Geng , Kiran Makhijani , Xavier de Foy , Alex Galis
Last updated 2018-08-05 (Latest revision 2018-02-01)
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The Common Operation and Management of network Slicing (COMS) intends to provide a comprehensive approach for the overall operation and management of network slicing in the scope if IETF. The system is designed in a hierarchical and inter-operative manner. COMS is capable of recursive adaption in a hierarchical network management system. It is also independent of data plane technologies used in different administrative domains. Both network slice operator and network slice tenant may benefit for COMS for the purpose of slice management and maitenance.The purpose of this document is to discuss the use cases of COMS in different views.


Li Qiang
Liang Geng
Kiran Makhijani
Xavier de Foy
Alex Galis

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