Ensuring Better Service Assurance using Scalable Monitoring and Resource Management
This research is about the construction of scalable monitoring system for monitoring the network in both offline and online mode. Continuous monitoring of network status and its resources like host, router etc in a scalable manner to ensure the proper operation of the network is the goal of this proposed system. The proposed system is scalable in terms of network size, speed and the number of customers subscribed to value-added services. It also provides the measurements for network provision, dynamic resource allocation, route management and the in-service service verification.
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