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ThinkMind // FASSI 2016, The Second International Conference on Fundamentals and Advances in Software Systems Integration // View article fassi_2016_1_20_80008


Automated Infrastructure Management Systems - A Resource Model and RESTful Service Design Proposal to Support and Augment the Specifications of the ISO/IEC 18598/DIS Draft

Authors:
Mihaela Iridon

Keywords: automated infrastructure management (AIM); system modeling; ISO/IEC 18598

Abstract:
Automated Infrastructure Management (AIM) systems are enterprise systems that provision a large number and variety of network infrastructure resources, including premises, organizational entities, and most importantly, all the telecommunication and connectivity assets that enable network infrastructure to operate locally and across vast geographical areas. The representation of infrastructure elements managed by such systems has never been normalized before, making integration – a challenging undertaking on its own – an even more difficult task, requiring specialized knowledge about the systems and the infrastructure data they provision. Such details are most relevant given the complexity and variety of telecommunication infrastructure systems and the widespread need for external or custom applications to gain access to the data and features built in to these AIM systems. This year however, the international standards organization is scheduled to release new standard ISO/IEC 18598 that will provide standardization and sensible guidelines for exposing data and features of AIM systems and thus to facilitate the integration with custom clients for these systems. CommScope, an active contributor in defining these standards, has implemented to a large extent these specifications for their imVision system and in doing so, decided to capture some relevant details that would bring more clarity, add context, and provide further guidelines to the information described by the standards document. In order to achieve these goals and in an attempt to lead the way towards a robust AIM system design that aligns with these standards, this paper elaborates on the recommended models. It also intends to share architectural and technology-specific considerations, challenges, and solutions adopted for the CommScope’s imVision standards-based API, so that they may be translated and implemented by other organizations that intend to build - or integrate with - an AIM system in general.

Pages: 8 to 17

Copyright: Copyright (c) IARIA, 2016

Publication date: July 24, 2016

Published in: conference

ISSN: 2519-8475

ISBN: 978-1-61208-497-8

Location: Nice, France

Dates: from July 24, 2016 to July 28, 2016

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