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A generic architecture for autonomic service and network management

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A generic architecture for autonomic service and network management
As the Internet evolves into an all-IP communication infrastructure, a key issue to consider is that of creating and managing IP-based services with efficient resource utilization in a scalable, flexible, and automatic way. In this paper, we present the Autonomic Service Architecture (ASA), a uniform framework for automated management of both Internet services and their underlying network resources. ASA ensures the delivery of services according to specific service level agreements (SLAs) between customers and service providers. As an illustrative example, ASA is applied to the management of DiffServ/MPLS networks, where we propose an autonomic bandwidth sharing scheme. With the proposed scheme, the bandwidth allocated for each SLA can be automatically adjusted according to the measured traffic load and under policy control for efficient resource utilization, while SLA compliance over the network is always guaranteed.
Yu Cheng, Ramy Farha, Myung-Sup Kim, Alberto Leon-
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where COMCOM
Authors Yu Cheng, Ramy Farha, Myung-Sup Kim, Alberto Leon-Garcia, James Won-Ki Hong
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