An Architecture for Data Model Driven Network Management: the Network Virtualization Case

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Authors Qin Wu  , Mohamed Boucadair  , Young Lee 
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Data Model driven network management can be used at various phases of service and network management life cycle such as service instantiation, service provision, optimization, monitoring, and diagnostic. Also, it can be designed to provide closed-loop control for the sake of agile service creation, delivery and maintenance. This document describes an architecture for data model driven network management with a sample applicability case: network virtualization environments.


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