Exploring Autonomic Options in an Unified Fault Management Architecture through Reflex Reactions via Pulse Monitoring

Roy Sterritt, D Gunning, A Meban, P Henning

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Abstract

This paper investigates the potential of adding Autonomic capabilities to the telecommunications fault management architecture and highlights the importance of a reflex-healing dual strategy to facilitate this advanced automation. The reflex reaction is facilitated through the concept of a pulse monitor - essentially the extension of the fault tolerant heartbeat monitor mechanism to incorporate reflex urgency levels and health check summary information.

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ConferenceIEEE Workshop on the Engineering of Autonomic Systems (EASe 2004) at the 11th Annual IEEE International Conference and Workshop on the Engineering of Computer Based Systems (ECBS 2004)
Period1/05/04 → …

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