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Because of the diverse audiences that require network performance information and the importance of service level agreements (SLAs), the data collected by network management systems must be malleable so that it can be formatted for different sets of corporate eyes For the purposes of monitoring performance relative to service level agreements, customers require information that details the performance of the network relative to the requirements of their applications For network operations personnel, reports must be generated that detail network performance to ensure that the network is meeting the requirements of the SLAs that exist between the service provider and the customer Finally, for the needs of sales and marketing organizations, reports must be available which allow them to properly represent the company s capabilities to customers, and to allow them to anticipate requirements for network augmentation and growth
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For the longest time, the Telecommunications Management Network (TMN) has been considered the ideal model for network management As the network profile has changed, however, with the steady migration to IP and a renewed focus on service rather than technology, the standard TMN philosophy has begun to appear somewhat tarnished Originally designed by the ITU-T, TMN is built around the OSI Model and its attendant standards, which include the Common Management Information Protocol (CMIP) and the Guidelines for the Development of Managed Objects (GDMO) TMN employs a model, shown in Figure 3-69, made up of a network element layer, an element management layer, a network management layer, a service management layer, and a business management layer Each has a specific set of responsibilities closely related to those of the layers that surround it The network element layer defines each manageable element in the network on a device-by-device basis Thus, the manageable characteristics of each device in the network are defined at this functional layer The element management layer manages the characteristics of the elements defined by the network element layer Information found here includes activity log data for each element This layer houses the actual
Figure 3-69 The TMN layered model
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