Notes01 - TELENET 2121: Network Management INTRO Asst....

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TELENET 2121: Network Management INTRO Asst. Prof. Joseph Kabara, Ph.D. Graduate Program in Telecommunications and Networking University of Pittsburgh TeleNet 2121 - Network Management 2 Notes #1 2 Course Goals • Define Network Management •FCAPS • Standards Organizations • Standards • A brief history • Review of Networking TeleNet 2121 - Network Management 3 Notes #1 3 Syllabus • Go over schedule and syllabus here
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TeleNet 2121 - Network Management 4 Notes #1 4 Demo SNMP here TeleNet 2121 - Network Management 5 Notes #1 5 What is Network Management? • Not well defined – Administrative Issues – Technical Issues • The Role of the Network Manager – Network management is what the manager does • Standards Organizations •Ne two rk Rev iew TeleNet 2121 - Network Management 6 Notes #1 6
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TeleNet 2121 - Network Management 7 Notes #1 7 What is Network Management? SMTP DNS SMTP Applications Applications Systems Network Systems Data TeleNet 2121 - Network Management 8 Notes #1 8 What is network management? TeleNet 2121 - Network Management 9 Notes #1 9 Goals • Cost measurement • Quality measurement • Revenue • Lifecycle management
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TeleNet 2121 - Network Management 10 Notes #1 10 The Role of the Network Manager • Responsibilities – Designing – Installing – Maintaining – Troubleshooting TeleNet 2121 - Network Management 11 Notes #1 11 Network Management Requirements • Controlling Corporate Strategic Assets • Controlling Complexity • Improving Services • Balancing Various Needs • Reducing Downtime • Controlling Cost TeleNet 2121 - Network Management 12 Notes #1 12 Controlling Corporate Strategic Assets • Without effective control, network resources do not provide payback that corporate management requires
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TeleNet 2121 - Network Management 13 Notes #1 13 Controlling Complexity • The continuing growth in the amount of network components, users, and protocols threatens management with loss of control of what is connected to the network and hoe network resources are used TeleNet 2121 - Network Management 14 Notes #1 14 Improved Services • End user and corporate management expect the same or improved service as the information and computing resources grow TeleNet 2121 - Network Management 15 Notes #1 15 Balancing Various Needs • The information and computing resources of an organization must provide a spectrum of end users with various applications at given levels of support, performance, availability and security
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TeleNet 2121 - Network Management 16 Notes #1 16 Reducing Downtime • As computing and network resource of an organization become more important, minimum availability requirements approach 100% TeleNet 2121 - Network Management 17 Notes #1 17 Controlling Costs • Resource utilization must be monitored and controlled to enable essential end-user needs to be satisfied with reasonable cost. • Around 1988 developments of several network
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