Madeira: A peer-to-peer approach to network management

@inproceedings{Llopis2006MadeiraAP,
  title={Madeira: A peer-to-peer approach to network management},
  author={Pablo Llopis and M. Frints and David Ortega Abad},
  year={2006}
}
Current management approaches like the Telecommunications Management Network are based on a hierarchical structure and use rigid interoperability standards that make them less applicable to dynamic, heterogeneous network environments. This article will give an overview of the innovative Madeira management solution, which is based on distributed, peer-to-peer principles. Madeira provides novel technologies for a logically meshed Network Management System that facilitates self-management and… CONTINUE READING

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