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1 © 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. IP VPN Mgmt email@example.com Cisco Public Bruno Klauser Consulting Engineer NMS/OSS Europe & Emerging Markets firstname.lastname@example.org SelfMan 2006 Panel: Toward Self-Managed Networks? A Perception [Dublin – 20060616]
2 © 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. IP VPN Mgmt email@example.com Cisco Public Demand Clearly there is a demand to address operational issues which are extremely hard to solve from outside the Network (hard = inaccurate, time- or resource-consuming, otherwise expensive) Often such issues arise when operating – managed services (ie CPE based services) – large managed infrastructures (ie MPLS VPN, Aggregation) – mobile networks (ie pWLAN aboard trains & buses) Research Significant amount of research work (ICAC, SelfMan itself are proof of that – Passion & Dedication) Toward Self-Managed networks? Great Progress – 1/2
3 © 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. IP VPN Mgmt firstname.lastname@example.org Cisco Public msec Sampling Implementations Existing infrastructure => (Event-MIB, Expression-MIB, IOS EEM, RMON, Netconf/E-DI,...) Existing smart data sources available => (IOS BQA/Corvil, IPSLA, IPFIX/NetFlow, RMON, MIBs, etc...) Toward Self-Managed networks? Great Progress – 2/2 Relevant Events Link Capacity Example: BQA Banwidth Quality Analysis of micro-congestion External App – 5 Min Sampling t b/w Example: Diagnose MPLS Diagnose complex root-causes in MPLS networks LSP Example: IP SLA Large Scale Monitoring of Delay, Jitter, Packet Drop Source Targets Synthetic Traffic
4 © 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. IP VPN Mgmt email@example.com Cisco Public Challenges Bridge the Chasm Need to educate/evangelize on autonomic concepts Need to link autonomic approaches with the outside world (ie.: synch with external applications, dominant in today's operations, provide transparency) (Speed of) Industry Adoption Need to map research findings onto existing infrastructure Need to leverage existing (today often under-utilized) data sources better Toward Self-Managed networks? Moving Forward – 1/2
5 © 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. IP VPN Mgmt firstname.lastname@example.org Cisco Public Opportunities Focused Solutions based on matching: –Demand –Autonomic approaches –Existing device instrumentation Programmatic Interfaces to Groups of Network Elements lend themselves very nicely to link autonomic approaches with the outside world => (such as IETF Netconf / Cisco E-DI) Toward Self-Managed networks? Moving Forward – 2/2
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