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Assign a secondary time manager for Primary Time Managers.fm 1/20Department of Management Office of Human Resources Management 1 April 2015 Assign a secondary time manager for Primary Time Managers Quick Reference Purpose This procedure is used by the Primary Time Managers to assign the role of secondary time manager to members of their team. (...) User or Employee Search 9/20Department of Management Office of Human Resources Management 1 April 2015 Assign a secondary time manager for Primary Time Managers Quick Reference 8. (...) Organizational Unit 12/20Department of Management Office of Human Resources Management 1 April 2015 Assign a secondary time manager for Primary Time Managers Quick Reference 13.
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S4_P3_Mak International Telecommunication Union ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 NGN Management NGN Management -- En Route to ConvergenceEn Route to Convergence Leen Mak Chairman, ITU-T WP 1/4 Vice Chairman, NGNMFG Vice Chairman, ETSI TISPAN WG8 Lucent Technologies 2 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Contents o Changes & Consequences o Existing Work o Emerging Architectures o Next Steps o Glossary 3 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Contents o Changes & Consequences o Existing Work o Emerging Architectures o Next Steps o Glossary 4 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 NGN Brings Changes … o Convergence of Wireline and Wireless networks o NGN has more “run time variables” than current telecom networks • Services (products): more diverse, richer, with compressed life cycles, unforeseen • More complex value chains 5 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Consequences for Management o Convergence of Wireline and Wireless Management • Collaboration, also between SDOs o Rethinking of Management Principles • Integration of until now independent developments o ⇒ NGN Management specification is work in progress, en route to convergence 6 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Contents o Changes & Consequences o Existing Work o Emerging Architectures o Next Steps o Glossary 7 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 TMN Model (M.3010) T 0 4 1 3 0 2 0 - 9 9 q q q q x x x B u s i n e s s O S F B - O S F S e r v i c e O S F S - O S F N e t w o r k O S F N - O S F E l e m e n t O S F E - O S F N e t w o r k E l e m e n t N E F B u s i n e s s M a n a g e m e n t L a y e r S e r v i c e M a n a g e m e n t L a y e r N e t w o r k M a n a g e m e n t L a y e r E l e m e n t M a n a g e m e n t L a y e r N e t w o r k E l e m e n t L a y e r N O T E 1 – A d d i t i o n a l o r a l t e r n a t i v e l a y e r s a r e p e r m i t t e d . N O T E 2 – O t h e r i n t e r a c t i o n s m a y a l s o o c c u r b e t w e e n n o n - a d j a c e n t l a y e r s . 8 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 TMF eTOM Business Process Architecture (M.3050) Enterprise Management Strategy, Infrastructure & Product Operations Fulfillment Assurance BillingProduct Lifecycle Management Infrastructure Lifecycle Management Operations Support & Readiness Customer Relationship Management Service Management & Operations Resource Management & Operations Supplier/Partner Relationship Management Strategic & Enterprise Planning Financial & Asset Management Stakeholder & External Relations Management Strategy & Commit Marketing & Offer Management Service Development & Management Resource Development & Management Supply Chain Development & Management Human Resources Management (Application, Computing and Network)(Application, Computing and Network) Enterprise Risk Management Enterprise Effectiveness Management Knowledge & Research Management Customer 9 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 3GPP Management System Interactions (32.101) Organization A Enterprise Systems EM 2 2 4 3 11 3 EM 2 1 U M T S O p s S ys te m s EM NMNM 4 4 1 NE NENENENE EM EM 2 5 6 Organization BOrganization A Enterprise Systems 4 EM 1 O p er at io n s S ys te m s EM NMNM NE NENENENE EM EM 5 6 EM 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 5 Itf-N 10 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 TeleManagement Forum o MTNM: Multi Technology Network Management o MTOSI: Multi-Technology Operations Systems Interface o NGOSS: Next Generation Operations Systems and Software o SID: Shared Information/Data Model 11 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Contents o Changes & Consequences o Existing Work o Emerging Architectures o Next Steps o Glossary 12 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 NGN Management Logical Layered Architecture (M.3060) Market, Product & Customer (Customer Facing) OSFs NGN Service Management (Resource Facing) OSFs NGN Service Resource Management OSFs NGN Transport Resource Management OSFs NGN Service Customer (Wholesale and Retail) NGN Service Stratum NGN Transport Stratum Service Management Layer Network Management Layer OSF Human User Supplier Partner Management OSFs Supplier Partner Management OSFs Imported Resources NGN Service Element Management OSFs NGN Transport Element Management OSFs q x q q q Element Management Layer Network Element Layer f Enterprise Management OSFs x Service Element Function Transport Element Function q q Business Management Layer LLA Layers 13 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 ETSI NGN Management Architecture (TS 188 001) Service Management Domain Management Domain Connectivity Management Service Resource Management Function Set Transport Resource Management Function Set C2B Integration Reference Point Security Support Management Function Set Service Management IRP B 2B In te gr at io n R ef er en ce P oi nt H M I R ef er en ce P oi nt Market, Product & Customer Management Function Set Service Management Function Set Resource Management IRP Resource IRP Resource Management Function Set Managed NGN Resources Service Layer Transport Layer Service Management Management Domain Connectivity Management Service Resource Management Function Set(s) Transport Resource Management Function Set(s) C2B Dynamic Reference Points Security Support Management Function Set(s) Service Management DRPs B 2B D R Ps H M I D R Ps Market, Product & Customer Management Function Set(s) Service Management Function Set(s) Resource Management DRPs Resource Management Function Set(s) Managed NGN Resources Service Layer Transport Layer Resource DRPs Service Management Domain Management Domain Connectivity Management Service Resource Management Function Set Transport Resource Management Function Set C2B Integration Reference Point Security Support Management Function Set Service Management IRP B 2B In te gr at io n R ef er en ce P oi nt H M I R ef er en ce P oi nt Market, Product & Customer Management Function Set Service Management Function Set Resource Management IRP Resource IRP Resource Management Function Set Managed NGN Resources Service Layer Transport Layer Service Management Management Domain Connectivity Management Service Resource Management Function Set(s) Transport Resource Management Function Set(s) C2B Dynamic Reference Points Security Support Management Function Set(s) Service Management DRPs B 2B D R Ps H M I D R Ps Market, Product & Customer Management Function Set(s) Service Management Function Set(s) Resource Management DRPs Resource Management Function Set(s) Managed NGN Resources Service Layer Transport Layer Resource DRPs 14 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Contents o Changes & Consequences o Existing Work o Emerging Architectures o Next Steps o Glossary 15 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Next Steps o Converge Architectures o Protocol Neutral and Protocol Specific Modeling • Reuse/adapt where possible • Content of required new work not yet clear • Work Items created in 3GPP and in ETSI • CMIP, CORBA ?? • SNMP, XML • OSS/J 16 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Contents o Changes & Consequences o Existing Work o Emerging Architectures o Next Steps o Glossary 17 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Glossary o B2B: Business to Business o C2B: Customer to Business o DRP: Dynamic Reference Point o EM: Element Manager o HMI: Human Machine Interface o Itf-N: Interface N o NE: Network Element o NGN: Next Generation Networks o NGNMFG: NGN Management Focus Group o NM: Network Manager o OSF: Operations System Function o SDO: Standards Development Organization o TMN: Telecommunication Management Network
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Score: 341944.26 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...00505/presentations/s4-mak.pdf
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Commonwealth Risk Management Policy Commonwealth Risk Management Policy 1 July 2014 Department of Finance Business, Procurement and Asset Management 978-1-922096-51-7 (Print) 978-1-922096-50-0 (Online) Copyright Notice Content This work is copyright and owned by the Commonwealth of Australia. (...) Establishing a risk management framework; c. Defining responsibility for managing risk; d. (...) Element Eight – Maintaining risk management capability 21. Effective risk management requires an entity to maintain an appropriate level of capability to manage its own risk management programme and to manage its risks.
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afaefafe ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization” Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T ITUITU--T Overview of T Overview of NGN ManagementNGN Management Dave Sidor Chairman, ITU-T SG 4 Chair, NGNMFG Nortel Networks ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T Agenda o ITU-T SG 4 o NGN Management Focus Group (NGNMFG) o NGN Management Specification Roadmap o Backup charts ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T NGN Management Architecture (M.3060) Management Functional View Management Information View Management Physical View B us in es s P ro ce ss V ie w Se cu ri ty C on si de ra tio ns Sy st em E vo lu tio n Li fe cy cl e ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T Business Process View (M.3050 series = TMF eTOM) Enterprise Management Strategy, Infrastructure & Product Operations Fulfillment Assurance BillingProduct Lifecycle Management Infrastructure Lifecycle Management Operations Support & Readiness Customer Relationship Management Service Management & Operations Resource Management & Operations Supplier/Partner Relationship Management Strategic & Enterprise Planning Financial & Asset Management Stakeholder & External Relations Management Strategy & Commit Marketing & Offer Management Service Development & Management Resource Development & Management Supply Chain Development & Management Human Resources Management (Application, Computing and Network)(Application, Computing and Network) Enterprise Risk Management Enterprise Effectiveness Management Knowledge & Research Management Customer ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T NGN Management Logical Layered Architecture (M.3060) Business Management Layer LLA Layers Service Management Layer Resource Management Layer • NML • EML Network Element Layer ( q hm i ( ( ( q hmi q hmi Enterprise Management OSFs Supplier/Partner Management OSFs NGN Service Management (Resource Facing) OSFs Management Function Human User NGN Service Stratum ( q hmi NGN Service Resource Management OSFs ( q hmi Service Element Function NGN Transport Stratum ) q hmi NGN Transport Resource Management OSFs ) q hmi Transport Element Function ( q hmi Market, Product & Customer Management (Customer Facing) OSFs b2b/c2b ( b2b/c2b ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T Security of the Management Plane (M.3016 series) o Based on ATIS/TMOC T1.276 but designed for global application • M.3016.0: Overview • M.3016.1: Requirements • M.3016.2: Services • M.3016.3: Mechanisms • M.3016.4: Profile proforma o Proforma allows SDOs and forums to profile other M.3016 parts for local application ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T NGN Management Focus Group (NGNMFG) o Established by ITU-T SG 4 in Sept 2004 at FGNGN request to support NGN Release 1 o Based on a proposal from leaders of major SDOs, forums, and consortia o Focused on the following (FCAPS) management interfaces: • Network Element – Management System • Management System – Management System • Human-machine FCAPS - Fault, Configuration, Accounting, Performance, and Security Management ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T Organizations with most active participants o ITU-T SG 4 and SG 15 o ATIS TMOC o ETSI TISPAN WG8 o TeleManagement Forum (TMF) o Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF) o 3GPP SA5 o 3GPP2 TSG-S WG5 o OASIS WSDM o IETF Operations and Management Area ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T NGN Management FG – Objectives - 1 General goal: To provide the management interface capabilities to support the ITU-T objectives for Release 1. o To agree with the high level management requirements and architecture in Y.2001, Y.2011, and Y.NGN-FRA o To collaborate with world’s major SDOs, forums, and consortia • Emphasizing reuse of their management specifications where relevant ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T NGN Management FG – Objectives – 2 o To produce a NGN Management Specification Roadmap focused on Release 1 which identifies • Requirements • Framework, principles, and architecture • Interface specifications, both protocol-neutral and protocol-specific o To identify specification “overlaps” and stimulate their owners to harmonize them o To identify “gaps” and best organization(s) to fill the gaps o As a last resort, to produce specifications ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 1 o ITU-T SG 4 •M.3016 series (security of the management plane) •M.3050 series (Enhanced Telecom Operations Map) •M.3060 (NGN principles and architecture) •M.3341 (QoS/SLA management service requirements) •M.3350 (Emergency telecommunication service management requirements) •X.733.1 (Protocol-neutral alarm reporting model) o ITU-T SG 15 •G.7718, G.7718.1 (ASON control plane management) ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 2 o ETSI TISPAN WG8 •TS 188 004 (Vision for NGN OSS) •TS 188 001 (NGN OSS architecture for R1) o TeleManagement Forum •Enhanced Telecom Operations Map (eTOM; =M.3050) •Multi-technology Network Management (MTNM) •Technology-Neutral Architecture (TNA) •Shared Information and Data Model (SID; tentative) ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 3 o 3GPP SA5 •32.111 series (alarm IRP) •32.200 series (subset for IMS offline and online charging and billing) •32.300 common management series (notification and generic IRPs) •32.600 series (interface IRPs for basic CM and kernel CM; NRM IRPs for generic and core; data definition IRPs for state management) ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 4 o OASIS • WSDM-MUWS (Web services distributed management) o IETF • RFC 3444 (On the difference between information models and data models) • RFC 3535 (Overview of the 2002 IAB network management workshop) • STDs 58 and 62 (Simple Network Management Protocol and associated SMI) • Netconf (NETCONF configuration protocol) ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 5 o ATIS TMOC Usage data for packet-based services •0300075 (Service –neutral architecture and protocol requirements) •0300075.1 (Service-neutral protocol specifications for billing applications) o DMTF •Common Information model (CIM; tentative) •Web-based enterprise management (WBEM; tentative) Note: Some of the above specifications are in draft form. ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T Harmonization Activity o Management architecture: SG4, TISPAN, TMF o Alarm reporting: TMF, 3GPP, SG4, DMTF o State management: TMF, 3GPP o Accounting, charging, and billing • At request of NGNMFG/SG4, ATIS TMOC and 3GPP SA5 produced application guidelines o Information Models (many SDOs/forums) • f2f meeting March 28-29 2006 • 2 fold focus: generic, NGN functions o XML-based framework and models (many SDOs/forums) ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T Backup Charts ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T NGN Management Focus Group o Leadership • Chair: Dave Sidor (Nortel Networks) • Vice Chair: Leen Mak (Lucent Technologies) o Participation • Open; individuals from founding organizations encouraged • Registration required: see http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/studygroups/com04/ngn- mfg/index.html o Time schedule • Roadmap Version 1 submitted to SG 4: September 2005 • Roadmap Version 2 to SG 4: May 2006 o Working methods • Decision-making via consensus • Virtual meetings, but f2 f meetings allowed • Any specifications produced are candidates to be SG 4 Recommendations ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T NGNMFG Scope: FCAPS Management Interfaces Network Element Layer Element Management Layer Network Management Layer Service Management Layer Network Element Layer Element Management Layer Network Management Layer Service Management Layer NML-NML interface NML-EML interface transmission interface NML-EML interface SML-SML interface EML-EML interface SML-NML interface SML-NML interface EML-NEL interface EML-NEL interface • Excludes transmission interfaces • But also includes Human-Machine Interfaces (HMI) Business Management Layer BML-SML interface Business Management Layer BML-SML interface ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T Template for Specification Candidates Short Name o Title: o Status: approved, draft (due date) o Organization (group): o Organization leader (group leader): o Type: architecture (functional, physical), functional requirements, information model (protocol-neutral, protocol-specific), protocol, conformance o Role: generic, technology-specific, NGN-specific o Release 1 application: o Traceability: o Location of text: either URL or NGNMFG ID number o Remarks: ITU-T / ATIS Workshop “Next Generation Technology and Standardization“ Las Vegas, 19-20 March 2006 ITU-T Acronyms o ASON – Automatic switching optical network o BML – Business management layer o EML – Element management layer o eTOM – Enhanced Telecom Operations Map (RM) o FCAPS – Fault, configuration, accounting, performance, and security management (combination of FM, CM, AM, PM, and SM) o FRA – Functional requirements and architecture o GERAN – GSM edge radio access network o HMI – Human machine interface o IMS – IP multimedia subsystem o IRP – Integration reference point o LLA – Logical layered architecture o MTNM – Multi-technology network management o NE(L) – Network element (layer) o NRM – Network resource model o OS(F) – Operation system (function) o OSS – Operations support system (specialization of an OS) o SLA – Service level agreement o SML – Service management layer o UTRAN – UMTS radio access network o WS - Workstation ITU-T Overview of NGN Management Agenda NGN Management Architecture (M.3060) Business Process View(M.3050 series = TMF eTOM) NGN Management Logical Layered Architecture (M.3060) Security of the Management Plane(M.3016 series) NGN Management Focus Group(NGNMFG) Organizations with most active participants NGN Management FG – Objectives - 1 NGN Management FG – Objectives – 2 NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 1 NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 2 NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 3 NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 4 NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 5 Harmonization Activity Backup Charts NGN Management Focus Group NGNMFG Scope: FCAPS Management Interfaces Template for Specification Candidates Acronyms
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Score: 341885.18 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work.../presentations/s2_sidor_r1.pdf
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Introduction of ITU-T SG2 related work on security management & User identity and access management for TMN Fanqin Zhou BUPT, China ITU-T SG2 work on security management u TMN in SG2 (SG4 before 2008) n TMN - Telecommunications Management Network ü a protocol model defined for managing open systems in a communications network. (...) Business role Task Target object IAM user of EMS EMS usage operations EMSs IAM user of SNMS SNMS usage operations SNMS IAM user of OSS OSS usage operations OSS IAM manager IAM management Manageable user IAM functions [ITU-T X.1257] ITU-T X.1257 (2016), Identity and access management taxonomy Work Item - M. uiamr u Functional requirements of user IAM for TMN n Identity Management ü User management: addition, modification, and deletion of user accounts that are authorized to manage MEs or to use the management entities in TM ü Role management: a role is an identifier for a uniquely identifiable group of users. (...) Functional Requirements of IAM for TMN Identity Management Access Management and Control User management Role management Privilege management Credentials management Policy management Authentication management Temp credential application Credible connection establishment n Access Management and control ü Policy management: translation of access control policies to rules that can be communicated, interpreted, and implemented by entities and audited by the policy management function ü Authentication management: validation of systems or administrative users, ensuring that when a user claims to own a specific identity, the identity can be verified as truly belonging to the user. ü Temp credential application: IAM will be responsible for getting correct access to the target entity.
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Each management task may need the support of multiple management services, and for those services which are not ready for use will appropriately be deployed into some virtualized resources on the cloud infrastructure. – Management service composing function: it provides the ability of composing several small management functions into a new complex management service, so that they can easily provide a new type of management functionality without having to change the implementation of the component management functions. – More function blocks can be extended to support the running of the cloud-based network management architecture. 4) Management service function set: it provides management functions to network operators, and they are composed of all kinds of small management functions. Each network management function is performed by a service application, and those management functions can form composed services that provide more complex network management functions. (...) In such cases, the common service application will be reused. 7.4 The relationship between the components in the architecture This clause will introduce the relationship between the components in the architecture. r4 r4 r5 NEFs of the Management Management Management service function service function service function network to be managed Management service FS r3 Network management VM monitor Management Management Management application function service analysis service deployment service composing function function function function set Management controller FS r2 Cloud hypervisor function Cloud infrastructure r1 Function sets Element Element Element function function function Cloud physical equipment functions Figure 4 – Reference point between the components in the cloud-based network management functional architecture 457     460     461     462     463     464     465     466     467     468     469     470          
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Ecology and Conservation Biology of the Night Parrot PNG Multipurpose National Forest Inventory Quality Management System Nick Leseberg 1 PNG Multipurpose National Forest Inventory – Quality Management Scope - What is quality management? - Quality management principles - Components of a quality management system - Quality management and the NFI 2 PNG Multipurpose National Forest Inventory – Quality Management What is quality management? (...) - Internal and external audits (who?) - Management review 12 PNG Multipurpose National Forest Inventory – Quality Management Components of a quality management system - Act - Rectify issues 13 PNG Multipurpose National Forest Inventory – Quality Management Quality management and the NFI 14 PNG Multipurpose National Forest Inventory – Quality Management Questions?
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WS PRESENTATION TEMPLATE ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 International Telecommunication Union ITU-T ITUITU--T Working Party 2/4,T Working Party 2/4, an overviewan overview Geoff Caryer Standards Consultant, BT Group Chief Technology Office ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 2 ITU-T WP 2/4 Work Areas • Management principles and architecture (Q6/4) • Requirements for business to business and customer to business management interfaces (Q7/4) • Framework for the management of Next Generation Networks including the convergence of voice, data and multimedia for wire-line and wireless (Q8/4) • Telecommunications management and OAM project (Q12/4) ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 3 ITU-T Question 6/4 o Subject: • Management principles and architecture o Accomplishments: • Include M.3010, 3013, 3200, 3400 and 3050 o Current Activities: • M.3010 Amendments • M3050 (eTOM) Update • M.3200 update to support Business Processes • M.3400 update to support Business Processes ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 4 ITU-T Q.6/4 Accomplishments o M.3000 - Overview of TMN Recommendations o M.3010 - Principles for a Telecommunications management network o M.3013 - Considerations for a telecommunications management network o M.3200 - TMN management services and telecommunications managed areas: overview o M.3400 - TMN management functions o M.3050 - Enhanced Telecommunications Operations Map ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 5 ITU-T Q.6/4 Current Activities o M.3010 Amendments o M3050 (eTOM) Update – based on input from the TeleManagement Forum o M.3400 update to support Business Processes ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 6 ITU-T Relationship between the Management Service/Function and Business Process approaches M.3200 M.3400 Management Function Management Function Set Management Service Managed Area M.3050 Process Element Process M.3200 M.3400 Management Function Set Management Service M.3050 Process Element Process Managed Area Management Function ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 7 ITU-T M.3050 (eTOM) Level 0 processes Enterprise Management Strategy, Infrastructure & Product Operations Market, Product and Customer Service Resource Supplier/ Partner (Application, Computing and Network) Customer Suppliers/Partners Shareholders Other StakeholdersEmployees ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 8 ITU-T Question 7/4 o Subject: Requirements for business to business and customer to business management interfaces, lead question for tML. o Accomplishments: • M.3030, 3031, 3320, 3341, 3350. o Current Activities: • M. Updates to M.3031, M.3320, M.3341 and M.3350 • M.gtdd • M.GDSRT • M.NGN-TA ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 9 ITU-T Q.7/4 Accomplishments o M.3320 - Management requirements framework for the TMN X-Interface o M.3341 - Requirements for QoS/SLA management over the TMN X-interface for IP-based services o M.3350 - TMN service management requirements for information interchange across the TMN X- interface to support provisioning of Emergency Telecommunication Service (ETS) o M.3030 - Telecommunications Markup Language (tML) framework o M.3031 - Guidelines for Implementation Conformance Statement proformas for tML schemas ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 10 ITU-T Q.7/4 Current Activities o Updates to M.3031, M.3320, M.3341 and M.3350 o M.gtdd - Global Telecommunications Data Dictionary o M.GDSRT - Guidelines for the Definition of SLA Representation Template o M.NGN-TA - Requirements for B2B and C2B interfaces to support Trouble Administration for Next Generation Networks ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 11 ITU-T Question 8/4 o Subject:Framework for Management of Next Generation Networks, including the convergence of voice, data and multimedia for both wireline and wireless o Accomplishments: • M.3060/Y2401 - Principles for the Management of Next Generation Networks ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 12 ITU-T Find, bind and execute paradigm Service Consumer Service Provider Registry find register bind & execute ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 13 ITU-T Illustration of reference points between function blocks SEFTEF q SEF TEF qq hmi hmi b2b/c2b hmi OSFq q hmi OSF q ( ( b2b/c2b hmihmi hmi hmi ( ( ( ( ( ( ( Key: Provider reference point Consumer reference point ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 14 ITU-T Q.8/4 Current Activities o Extension of M.3060 o Work plan for Management evolution for managing NGN ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 15 ITU-T Question 12/4 o Subject: Telecommunications management and OAM project o Accomplishments: Telecoms Management and OAM Project Plan • Identifies published standards • Identifies work in progress ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 16 ITU-T Q.12/4 Current Activities o Monitoring Telecommunications Management and OAM activities in the ITU-T o Develop database of Telecommunications Management and OAM Activities/Standards ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 International Telecommunication Union ITU-T Additional SlidesAdditional Slides ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 18 ITU-T M.3050 (eTOM) Level 1 processes Enterprise Management Strategy, Infrastructure & Product Operations Fulfillment Assurance BillingProduct Lifecycle Management Infrastructure Lifecycle Management Operations Support & Readiness Customer Relationship Management Service Management & Operations Resource Management & Operations Supplier/Partner Relationship Management Strategic & Enterprise Planning Financial & Asset Management Stakeholder & External Relations Management Strategy & Commit Marketing & Offer Management Service Development & Management Resource Development & Management Supply Chain Development & Management Human Resources Management (Application, Computing and Network)(Application, Computing and Network) Enterprise Risk Management Enterprise Effectiveness Management Knowledge & Research Management Customer ITU-T Workshop “Telecommunication Management and Operations Support Systems“ Beijing, China, 22-23 May 2006 19 ITU-T M.3050 (eTOM)Normal Execution of SLA Service Market Product & Customer Resource (A pplication, Computing and Netw ork) Supplier/ Partner Service Resource Performance Management Service Quality Management 21. (...) Rectif ication report generated Customer QoS/SLA Management 24. Service QoS reports generated Customer Interface Management 26.
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WS PRESENTATION TEMPLATE ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 International Telecommunication Union ITUITU--T overview T overview of NGN Managementof NGN Management Marco Carugi ITU-T Q.2/13 Rapporteur Senior Advisor, Nortel Networks marco.carugi@nortel.com ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 2 Outline o ITU-T SG 4 o NGN Management Focus Group (NGNMFG) o NGN Management Specification Roadmap Based on input from Dave Sidor, Nortel Networks, Chairman of ITU-T SG 4 and NGNMFG ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 3 NGN Management Architecture (M.3060) Management Functional View Management Information View Management Physical View B us in es s P ro ce ss V ie w Se cu ri ty C on si de ra tio ns Sy st em E vo lu tio n Li fe cy cl e ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 4 Business Process View (M.3050 series = TMF eTOM) Enterprise Management Strategy, Infrastructure & Product Operations Fulfillment Assurance BillingProduct Lifecycle Management Infrastructure Lifecycle Management Operations Support & Readiness Customer Relationship Management Service Management & Operations Resource Management & Operations Supplier/Partner Relationship Management Strategic & Enterprise Planning Financial & Asset Management Stakeholder & External Relations Management Strategy & Commit Marketing & Offer Management Service Development & Management Resource Development & Management Supply Chain Development & Management Human Resources Management (Application, Computing and Network)(Application, Computing and Network) Enterprise Risk Management Enterprise Effectiveness Management Knowledge & Research Management Customer ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 5 NGN Management Logical Layered Architecture (M.3060) Business Management Layer LLA Layers Service Management Layer Resource Management Layer • NML • EML Network Element Layer ( q hm i ( ( ( q hmi q hmi Enterprise Management OSFs Supplier/Partner Management OSFs NGN Service Management (Resource Facing) OSFs Management Function Human User NGN Service Stratum ( q hmi NGN Service Resource Management OSFs ( q hmi Service Element Function NGN Transport Stratum ) q hmi NGN Transport Resource Management OSFs ) q hmi Transport Element Function ( q hmi Market, Product & Customer Management (Customer Facing) OSFs b2b/c2b ( b2b/c2b ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 6 Security of the Management Plane (M.3016 series) o Based on ATIS/TMOC T1.276 but designed for global application • M.3016.0: Overview • M.3016.1: Requirements • M.3016.2: Services • M.3016.3: Mechanisms • M.3016.4: Profile proforma o Proforma allows SDOs and forums to profile other M.3016 parts for local application ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 7 NGN Management Focus Group (NGNMFG) o Established by ITU-T SG 4 in Sept 2004 at FGNGN request to support NGN Release 1 o Based on a proposal from leaders of major SDOs, forums, and consortia o Focused on the following (FCAPS) management interfaces: • Network Element – Management System • Management System – Management System FCAPS - Fault, Configuration, Accounting, Performance, and Security Management ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 8 NGNMFG Scope: FCAPS Management Interfaces Network Element Layer Element Management Layer Network Management Layer Service Management Layer Network Element Layer Element Management Layer Network Management Layer Service Management Layer NML-NML interface NML-EML interface transmission interface NML-EML interface SML-SML interface EML-EML interface SML-NML interface SML-NML interface EML-NEL interface EML-NEL interface • Transmission interfaces are excluded Business Management Layer BML-SML interface Business Management Layer BML-SML interface ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 9 Organizations with most active participants o ITU-T SG 4 and SG 15 o ATIS TMOC o ETSI TISPAN WG8 o TeleManagement Forum (TMF) o Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF) o 3GPP SA5 o 3GPP2 TSG-S WG5 o OASIS WSDM o IETF Operations and Management Area ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 10 NGN Management FG – Objectives - 1 General goal: To provide the management interface capabilities to support the ITU-T objectives for Release 1 o To agree with the high level management requirements and architecture in Y.2001, Y.2011, Y.2201 and Y. 2012 o To collaborate with world’s major SDOs, forums, and consortia • Emphasizing reuse of their management specifications where relevant ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 11 NGN Management FG – Objectives – 2 o To produce a NGN Management Specification Roadmap focused on Release 1 which identifies • Requirements • Framework, principles, and architecture • Interface specifications, both protocol-neutral and protocol-specific o To identify specification “overlaps” and stimulate their owners to harmonize them o To identify “gaps” and best organization(s) to fill the gaps o As a last resort, to produce specifications ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 12 NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 1 o ITU-T SG 4 •M.3016 series (security of the management plane) •M.3050 series (Enhanced Telecom Operations Map) •M.3060 (NGN Management principles and architecture) •M.3341 (QoS/SLA management service requirements) •M.3350 (Emergency telecommunication service management requirements) •X.733.1 (Protocol-neutral alarm reporting model) o ITU-T SG 15 •G.7718, G.7718.1 (ASON control plane management) ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 13 NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 2 o ETSI TISPAN WG8 •TS 188 004 (Vision for NGN OSS) •TS 188 001 (NGN OSS architecture for R1) o TeleManagement Forum •Enhanced Telecom Operations Map (eTOM; =M.3050) •Multi-technology Network Management (MTNM) •Technology-Neutral Architecture (TNA) •Shared Information and Data Model (SID) ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 14 NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 3 o 3GPP SA •32.111 series (alarm IRP) •32.200 series (subset for IMS offline and online charging and billing) •32.300 common management series (notification and generic IRPs) •32.600 series (interface IRPs for basic CM and kernel CM; NRM IRPs for generic and core; data definition IRPs for state management) ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 15 NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 4 o OASIS • WSDM-MUWS (Web services distributed management) o IETF • RFC 3444 (On the difference between information models and data models) • RFC 3535 (Overview of the 2002 IAB network management workshop) • STDs 58 and 62 (Simple Network Management Protocol and associated SMI) • Netconf (NETCONF configuration protocol) ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 16 NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 5 o ATIS TMOC Usage data for packet-based services •0300075 (Service –neutral architecture and protocol requirements) •0300075.1 (Service-neutral protocol specifications for billing applications) o DMTF •Common Information model (CIM) •Web-based enterprise management (WBEM) NOTE: Some of the above specifications are in draft form ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 17 Harmonization Activity o Management architecture: SG4, TISPAN, TMF o Alarm reporting: TMF, 3GPP, SG4, DMTF o State management: TMF, 3GPP o Accounting, charging, and billing • At request of NGNMFG/SG4, ATIS TMOC and 3GPP SA5 produced application guidelines • Q2/SG13 progressing NGN related requirements (Y.ngn-account) • First virtual meeting associating Q2/13 with NGNMFG/SG4, ATIS TMOC, 3GPP SA5 and ETSI TISPAN held on Sept 8 2006 o Information Models (many SDOs/forums) • 2 fold focus: generic, NGN functions o XML-based framework and models (many SDOs/forums) An intense activity during the last period ! ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 18 Template for Specification Candidates Short Name o Title: o Status: approved, draft (due date) o Organization (group): o Organization leader (group leader): o Type: architecture (functional, physical), functional requirements, information model (protocol-neutral, protocol-specific), protocol, conformance o Role: generic, technology-specific, NGN-specific o Release 1 application: o Traceability: o Location of text: either URL or NGNMFG ID number o Remarks: ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 19 NGN Management Focus Group - Summary o Leadership • Chair: Dave Sidor (Nortel Networks) • Vice Chair: Leen Mak (Lucent Technologies) o Participation • Open; individuals from founding organizations encouraged • Registration required: see http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/studygroups/com04/ngn- mfg/index.html o Time schedule • Roadmap Version 1 submitted to SG 4: September 2005 • Roadmap Version 2 submitted to SG 4: May 2006 • Roadmap version 3 to SG 4: February 2007 o Working methods • Decision-making via consensus • Virtual meetings, but f2 f meetings allowed • Any specifications produced are candidates to be SG 4 Recommendations ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 20 Thank you for your attention International Telecommunication Union ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 21 Backup information ITU-T/ITU-D Workshop "Standardization and Development of Next Generation Networks" Dar es Salaam, 3-5 October 2006 22 Acronyms o ASON – Automatic switching optical network o BML – Business management layer o CM – Configuration management o EML – Element management layer o eTOM – Enhanced Telecom Operations Map (RM) o FCAPS – Fault, configuration, accounting, performance, and security management (combination of FM, CM, AM, PM, and SM) o FRA – Functional requirements and architecture o GERAN – GSM edge radio access network o IMS – IP multimedia subsystem o IRP – Integration reference point o LLA – Logical layered architecture o MTNM – Multi-technology network management o NE(L) – Network element (layer) o NRM – Network resource model o OS(F) – Operation system (function) o OSS – Operations support system (specialization of an OS) o SLA – Service level agreement o SMI – Structure of managed information o SML – Service management layer o UTRAN – UMTS radio access network o WS - Workstation ITU-T overview of NGN Management NGN Management Architecture (M.3060) Business Process View(M.3050 series = TMF eTOM) NGN Management Logical Layered Architecture (M.3060) Security of the Management Plane(M.3016 series) NGN Management Focus Group(NGNMFG) Organizations with most active participants NGN Management FG – Objectives - 1 NGN Management FG – Objectives – 2 NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 1 NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 2 NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 3 NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 4 NGN Management Specification Roadmap- 5 Harmonization Activity Backup information Acronyms
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