Pablo Arozarena

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Management of outer edge domains is a big challenge for service providers due to the diversity, heterogeneity and large amount of such networks, together with limited visibility on their status. This paper focuses on the probabilistic fault diagnosis functionality developed in the MAGNETO project, which enables finding the most probable cause of service(More)
In the research project Madeira a meshed network management system based on P2P technologies was developed. Event though, up to date, security has always been neglected in this field of research despite the sensitivity of such systems and the high number of security threats that affect them, Madeira incorporates a security solution aimed at minimizing the(More)
The main goal of the ITEA Project TBONES is to design and demonstrate a flexible, scalable, and manageable GMPLS Phase II-enabled transparent network simulator, which will be interconnected with an experimental ASON/GMPLS network, forming a real operational testbed. Starting from the traffic analysis of European backbone networks and economic drivers in(More)
The Madeira project investigates the application of peer-to-peer technologies to distributed network management. It allows network elements to self-configure and self-heal by autonomously performing management tasks in cooperation with other peers. Madeira features a NorthBound Interface that enables communications with external systems. The Madeira(More)
Many of the emerging telecom services make use of Outer Edge Networks, in particular Home Area Networks. The configuration and maintenance of such services may not be under full control of the telecom operator which still needs to guarantee the service quality experienced by the consumer. Diagnosing service faults in these scenarios becomes especially(More)
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