Managing ANSA Objects with OSI Network Management Tools

OSI Network Management provides a general framework for the management of OSI systems, and by extension of any distributed system. However, as this model is not well-adapted for the management of software components, distributed programming environments (e.g. DCE, CORBA, ANSAware) essentially ignore the OSI Network Management model. We assume nevertheless that OSI Network managers will want to have some control of a distributed infrastructure and application. We examine how access to some of the ANSA (distributed programming environment) objects can be given to OSI Network managers. An implementation of an ANSA-OSI adapter is then presented.


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Services in Distributed and Networked Environments (SDNE`95)
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Services in Distributed and Networked Environments (SDNE`95), Whistler, Canada
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1995
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