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Towards Autonomic Service Control in Next Generation Networks

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Towards Autonomic Service Control in Next Generation Networks
Current standardization efforts aim towards a unifying platform for fixed and mobile telecommunication services. The IP multimedia subsystem is advocated as the candidate for building next generation networks (NGNs). However the direction taken in standardization is towards a rather static architecture with centralized features. The downside is an expected increase in service management complexity and the need for highly specialized infrastructures. This paper presents an approach for improving service quality, scalability and reliability while facilitating service management towards self-managing next generation networks. To approach this we utilize and combine functionality available in the network using a Peer-to-Peer based service composition mechanism. The construction of composed services is based on a service chain principle and incorporates information about available services, QoS and applicable SLAs.
Andreas Klenk, Michael Kleis, Benoit Radier, Sanaa
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ICAS
Authors Andreas Klenk, Michael Kleis, Benoit Radier, Sanaa Elmoumouhi, Georg Carle, Mikaël Salaün
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