Category Archives: NGOSS/OSS/J/TMF

Optical Network Management Concepts -2

<<< Optical Network Management Concepts -1 Optical Network Structure and Terminology An Optical Network (Fig. B) is formed by one or more Subnetworks connected by network Links, providing end-to-end service to one or more Customers. Each subnetwork is administered by … Continue reading

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Optical Network Management Concepts -1

<<<Optical Network Management This technical report serves as a short introduction to the terminology and concepts behind practical optical network management. It defines terminology like EMS, ME, PTP, CTP, Subnetwork, Subnetwork connection, Topological Link, PGP, Equipment, Equipment Holder, Route, Cross-Connect … Continue reading

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Optical Network Management

The Optical Network Management System should  provide ‘seamless,end-to-end network management of an entire transport network and should reduce the need  for manual intervention in managing global networks. Circuits should be provisioned from a single-seat management location, without complex manual provisioning … Continue reading

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ITU standards related to transport networks

Functional Elements Modeling is the mapping of network elements onto functional elements. G.805 defines a few basic functional elements for use on the data plane. G.805 — Generic functional architecture of transport networks Defines basic terminology to describe network connections. … Continue reading

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NGOSS Vs OSS/J

NGOSS (New Generation Operations Systems and Software): 1) The NGOSS program has focused on the business and systems aspects of OSS-solution delivery (essentially the problem and solution statement) 2) The NGOSS initiative has delivered business-process and system frameworks, methodologies, UML … Continue reading

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