Integrated Management of Networked Systems (Hardcover)
Heinz-Gerd Hegering, Sebastian Abeck, Bernhard Neumair
- 出版商: Morgan Kaufmann
- 出版日期: 1999-08-30
- 售價: $1,150
- 貴賓價: 9.5 折 $1,093
- 語言: 英文
- 頁數: 600
- 裝訂: Hardcover
- ISBN: 1558605711
- ISBN-13: 9781558605718
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"This is a comprehensive book covering architecture, implementation, and operational use of all the current approaches to management-OSI/TMN, SNMP, CORBA, DMTF, and Web-based. It not only covers most of the modern approaches to management but also includes interoperation between these approaches and the use of stand-alone tools such as protocol analyzers. It will be very useful as a reference book for students, researchers, and industry practitioners."
-Professor Morris Sloman, Department of Computing, Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine
"A comprehensive reference on the management of networked systems, this book is a must-have for any network or management system architect and anybody else in need of a deep understanding of network management technologies, tools, and practices. Professor Hegering and his team present a complete analysis of integrated network management architectures, tools, system development, and operational use."
-Branislav Meandzija, General Instrument Corporation
"Highly respected experts Hegering, Abeck, and Neumair offer the most comprehensive presentation of systems and network management that I've seen to date. This book provides an excellent foundation of traditional and emergent technologies that every student and industry practitioner should read."
-Lisa Phifer, Vice President, Core Competence, Inc.
- Teaches the enduring principles at work in a holistic, integrated approach to systems management.
- Covers SNMPv3, CORBA Version 2, DMI 2.0, and CIM 2.0, as well as Java- and Web-based management architectures.
- Presents the perspective of an IT service provider responsible for maintaining Quality of Service levels.
- Describes the functionality of management tools used in the real world-and expert advice on choosing one right for your organization.
Dr. Heinz-Gerd Hegering is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Munich, Director of the Institute for Informatik, and Head of the Board of Directors of the Leibniz-Rechenzentrum of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences. His fields of active research are Communication Systems and Management of IT infrastructures.
Dr. Sebastian Abeck is a professor at the University of Karlsruhe where he gives lectures on Networking and Distributed Systems. Together with his team "Cooperation & Management" he works on provider-accepted IT management solutions. This work is tightly connected with demands from industrial partners. A second research interest concerns Web-based teaching and learning systems.
In 1998 Dr. Bernhard Neumair joined DeTeSystem GmbH, a subsidiary of German Telekom as a group manager for communications solutions. He is responsible for design and realization of solutions in the areas Internet and Intranet, Security and E-Commerce.
Part I: Introduction and Fundamentals
1. The Management of Networked Systems -Task Definition
2. Fundamental Structures of Networked Systems
3. Requirements of the Management of Networked Systems
Part II - Management Architectures
4. Management Architectures and Their Submodels
5. OSI Management
6. Internet Management
7. CORBA as a Management Architecture
8. DMTF Desktop Management Interface
9. Web-based Management Architectures
10. Gateways Between Management Architectures
PART III: Management Tools
11. Classification of Management Tools
12. Standalone Test and Monitoring Tools
13. Management Platforms
14. Enterprise Tools
15. Development Tools
16. Selected Solutions and Tools for Network and Systems Management
PART IV: Operational Use
17. Introduction to the Operation of a Networked System
18. Use of Management Tools in Operation
19. Quality Monitoring and Assurance of Operations
20. Two Examples of Provider-Oriented Management Products
PART V: Outlook
21. Future Requirements and Solutions for IT Management
22. Management Architectures and Information Models
23. Management: Driving Force or Impediment?