A Simple Typology of Distributed Network Management Paradigms

Over the past few years, network management has steadily evolved from a centralized model, where all the management processing takes place on a single network management station, to distributed models, where management is distributed over a number, potentially large, of nodes. Among distributed models, one, epitomized by the SNMPv2 and CMIP protocols, has been around for several years, whereas a flurry of new ones, based on mobile code, distributed objects or cooperative agents, have only recently emerged. This paper reviews all major network management paradigms known to date, and proposes a simple typology to classify them.


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the 8th IFIP/IEEE International Workshop on Distributed Systems: Operations and Management (DSOM`97), 13-24
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the 8th IFIP/IEEE International Workshop on Distributed Systems: Operations and Management (DSOM`97), Sydney, Australia
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1997
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