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External management entities can be a legacy OSS/BSS, management and orchestration entities [b- MANO], cloud management entities, or other management functionality which can be defined in the future. (...) Its main functionality includes abstraction of SDN management information for the exchange and request/reply of management operations with external management entities. (...) A.5.2 Management information abstraction functional element The management information abstraction functional element provides abstraction of SDN management information for the exchange with external management entities for inter-domain management information hiding purpose.
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Fire management resources English Français Español FAO Home Forestry Fire management resources Project Reports Global assessments Legal Framework and International Agreements Working papers Handbook for Trainers Community Based Fire Management Other FAO publications Fire management resources send by email Working papers Fire Management Working Papers report on issues and activities for decisionmakers, planners, managers, practitioners, researchers and academics. (...) D.Johnson & A.P.Vuorinen 2009, EN Forest Fire Management Working Paper - 023 Fire management needs and actions in the Southeast Asian region 2009, EN , 40pp Forest Fire Management Working Paper - 022 Fire management voluntary guidelines: Preparation for action - country level methodology A.P. (...) Vuorinen 2008, EN Forest Fire Management Working Paper - 019 Fire management voluntary guidelines: Preparation for action - country and regional level methodology A.P.
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 Page 475 - Cloud computing: From paradigm to operation           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 475 - Cloud computing: From paradigm to operation P. 475 Cloud Computing management 2 In a cloud-aware telecommunication management system, the general requirements include: – it is required that service management provides service catalogue and service inventory management functionality for telecommunication service, cloud service and TC-hybrid service; – it is required that service management supports the on-demand and automated service provisioning modification and termination for telecommunication service, cloud service and TC-hybrid service; – it is recommended that service management supports the E2E quality assurance of telecommunication service, cloud service and TC-hybrid service, and provide high levels of reliability and availability according to the service level agreement (SLA); – it is recommended that service management supports charging for telecommunication service, cloud service and TC-hybrid service, according to use time, bandwidth, resource usage and any combination of these; – it is recommended that service management supports monitoring, auditing and reporting for telecommunication service, cloud service and TC-hybrid service, for the purpose of service quality evaluation and assurance. All of the requirements listed above are suitable for services provided by single CSP as well as inter-cloud service provider. 8 Functional framework for service management in cloud-aware telecommunication management system The high-level organization of service management functionalities in a cloud-aware telecommunication management system is composed of service catalogue management, service inventory management, service test management, service order management, service problem management, service quality management, service performance management and service rating/discounting management. Figure 8-1 depicts the functional framework for service management in a cloud-aware telecommunication management system: Figure 8-1 – Functional framework for service management in cloud-aware telecommunication management system The functions are as follows: – service catalogue management: Provides capabilities for creating and designing new services, mapping service definitions, managing complex rules, supporting componentization of services and managing their relationships and dependencies; – service inventory management: Provides capabilities for storing and managing service instances and their attributes.
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Information and Knowledge Management Information and KnowledgeInformation and Knowledge ManagementManagement A Risk ManagerA Risk Manager’’s Perspectives Perspective Dr Barbara CarbyDr Barbara Carby The Cayman IslandsThe Cayman Islands AtAt CTO Conference, JamaicaCTO Conference, Jamaica September 2006September 2006 Barbara.Carby@gov.kyBarbara.Carby@gov.ky Information and KnowledgeInformation and Knowledge A Risk ManagerA Risk Manager’’s Perspectives Perspective WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT?WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT? Information and KnowledgeInformation and Knowledge A Risk ManagerA Risk Manager’’s Perspectives Perspective WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT? (...) managed? Information and KnowledgeInformation and Knowledge A Risk ManagerA Risk Manager’’s Perspectives Perspective Disaster/Risk Managers must Disaster/Risk Managers must ensure that the public isensure that the public is aware, alerted.
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In the assurance process, the service test is responsible for service trouble/problem distinguishing; – service order management: Provides the capabilities for managing the E2E lifecycle of a service request. (...) This should include a real-time E2E view to ensure that each service is functioning correctly as well as a historical view; – service rating/discounting management: Provides the capabilities for ensuring that the customer receives an invoice that is reflective of all the billable events delivered by the service provider dictated by their business relationship. 9 Functional requirements for service management in cloud-aware telecommunication management system This clause provides functional requirements for service management in a cloud-aware telecommunication management system. 9.1 Service catalogue management In a cloud-aware telecommunication management system, the service catalogue management requirements include: – it is required that service catalogue management provides functions to manage cloud service information. It is required that service catalogue management provides functions to manage information of TC-hybrid services. 9.2 Service inventory management In a cloud-aware telecommunication management system, the service inventory management requirements include: – it is required that service inventory management provides functions to manage the attributes of cloud service; – it is required that service inventory management provides functions to trace the relationship between the cloud service or TC-hybrid service and resource. 9.3 Service order management In a cloud-aware telecommunication management system, the service order management requirements include: – it is required that the service order management provides functions to validate cloud service availability as well as the cloud service order request; – it is required that the service order management provides functions to manage service and or product order decomposition which contain cloud service; 468     471     472     473     474     475     476     477     478     479     480     481          
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S4_P1_Sidor International Telecommunication Union ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 ITUITU--T Overview of T Overview of NGN ManagementNGN Management Dave Sidor Chairman, ITU-T SG 4 Chair, NGNMFG Nortel Networks 2 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Agenda o ITU-T SG 4 o NGN Management Focus Group (NGNMFG) o NGNMFG candidate management specifications o Key issue o Backup charts 3 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 NGN Management Architecture (M.3060) Management Functional Architecture Management Functional Architecture Management Information Architecture Management Information Architecture Management Physical Architecture Management Physical Architecture B us in es s P ro ce ss A rc hi te ct ur e B us in es s P ro ce ss A rc hi te ct ur e B us in es s P ro ce ss A rc hi te ct ur e Se cu ri ty C on sid er at io ns 4 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Business Process Architecture (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 5 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 6 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Security of the Management Plane (M.3016 series) o M.3016.0: Overview o M.3016.1: Requirements o M.3016.2: Services o M.3016.3: Mechanisms o M.3016.4: Profile proforma 7 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 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 collaboration with SDOs, forums, and consortia (initially 8) o Focused on the following (FCAPS) management interfaces: • NE-OS, OS-OS, and NE/OS-WS interfaces FCAPS - Fault, Configuration, Accounting, Performance, and Security Management 8 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 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 9 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 NGN Management FG – Objectives - 1 General goal: To provide the management interface capabilities to support the FGNGN objectives for Release 1. o To agree with the high level management requirements in Y.2001, Y.2011, and the FGNGN FRA. o To determine from them, the functional and physical entities to be managed for Release 1. 10 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 NGN Management FG – Objectives – 2 o To produce a NGN Management Roadmap focused on Release 1 which identifies • Requirements • Framework, principles, and architecture • Interface specifications, both protocol-neutral and protocol-specific o To emphasize reuse of partner organizations’ specifications o To identify gaps and best organization(s) to fill the gaps o As a last resort, to produce specifications deemed to be necessary but unavailable from any source. 11 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Candidate Specifications for NGN Management - 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) o ITU-T SG 15 •G.7718, G.7718.1 (ASON control plane management) 12 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Candidate Specifications for NGN Management – 2 o ETSI TISPAN WG8 •DTS 08004 (OSS interface requirements for NGN) •DTS 08006 (Vision for NGN OSS) •DTS 08007 (NGN OSS archtitecture for R1) •DTS 08008 (NGN OSS services for R1) o TeleManagement Forum •Enhanced Telecom Operations Map (eTOM, =M.3050) •Multi-technology Network Management (MTNM) 13 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Candidate Specifications for NGN Management – 3 o 3GPP SA5 •32.101/32.102 (principles and architecture) •32.150 series (IRP methodology) •32.111 series (alarm IRP) •32.200 series (subset for IMS charging and billing) •32.300 common management series (name convention, IRPs for notification, generic, test, notification log, file transfer) •32.400 performance management series (requirements, PM IRP) 14 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Candidate Specifications for NGN Management – 4 o 3GPP SA5 (cont.) •32.600 series (requirements; interface IRPs for basic CM, bulk CM, kernel CM; NRM IRPs for generic, core, UTRAN, GERAN, network transport, signalling transport; data definition IRPs for state management) o 3GPP2 TSG S WG5 •Most of 3GPP specs above •S.S0028 series (NRM IRPs for generic, core, radio access) 15 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Candidate Specifications for NGN Management – 5 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) Note: Some of the above specifications are in draft form. 16 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Issues Regarding Functional and Physical Entities to be Managed o Identification of NEs still very abstract in FGNGN FRA • Essential for identifying relevant IETF standards which are focused on NE interfaces. o Service Stratum • What 3GPP/2 OAM standards are essential for IMS? (...) o Transport Stratum • Transport NEs most unclear 17 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 Backup Charts 18 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 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 • Initial results reported to SG 4: Feb. 2005 • Final recommendations to SG 4: Sept. 2005 o Working methods • Decision-making via consensus • Electronic meetings, but f2 f meetings allowed • Any specifications produced are candidates to be SG 4 Recommendations 19 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 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: 20 dates ITU-T ITU-T Workshop on NGN (jointly organized with IETF) Geneva, 1-2 May 2005 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
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CHAPTER 4 ENSURING TELECOMMUNICATIONS SUCCESS AROUND THE WORLD Telecommunications Management Group, Inc. Current Trends on Spectrum Management Daniel Leza Telecommunications Management Group, Inc. (...) Contents • General background • Defining spectrum management • National spectrum management • International coordination • Spectrum management paradigm shift • Steps for regulators 3Vientiane, Lao P.D.R. 26-27 October, 2007 Current Trends on Spectrum Management Telecommunications Management Group, Inc. (...) Thank You Daniel Leza Legal and Regulatory Advisor Telecommunications Management Group, Inc. 1600 Wilson Boulevards, Suite 700 Arlington, VA 22209 USA +1.703.224.1501 www.tmgtelecom.com Current Trends on Spectrum Management Contents General Background Defining Spectrum Management Spectrum Management International Coordination International Coordination Process Spectrum Management Paradigm Shift Spectrum Management Paradigm Shift Spectrum Management Paradigm Shift Licensing in a Converging Environment Impact of Convergence on Spectrum Management Steps for Regulators Thank You
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Process Management System; Corporate Knowledge Management System; Corporate Records Management System; HR Management System. ISO 9001:2000 – 4.1, 4.2.3,4.2.4,6.2.2, 6.3,6.4 ISO 27001:2005 To make business transparent Process Management System; Corporate Knowledge Management System; Corporate Reports Management System; HR Management System; Supply Management System; The System of Process Monitoring and Measurement; ISO 9001:2000 – 4.1, 4.2.3,4.2.4, 5.5, 7.4, 8.2.3 Systematic Risk Management Corrective Action Management System; Preventive Action Management System; Procedures of Information Security Risks Management. (...) Customer Relationship Management System (7.2 ISO 9001:2000); 8. Supply Management System.
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Approve requests for leave absence work instructions.fm 1/18Department of Management Office of Human Resources Management 21 March 2015 Approve requests for leave absence by Time Manager Quick Reference Purpose Use this procedure to by the Time Manager (primary and secondary) to approve/endorse leave absence requests submitted by a staff member. (...) Approver Work Center 7/18Department of Management Office of Human Resources Management 21 March 2015 Approve requests for leave absence by Time Manager Quick Reference 5. (...) Approver Work Center 11/18Department of Management Office of Human Resources Management 21 March 2015 Approve requests for leave absence by Time Manager Quick Reference 12.
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Approve requests for leave absence work instructions.fm 1/18Department of Management Office of Human Resources Management 21 March 2015 Approve requests for leave absence by Time Manager Quick Reference Purpose Use this procedure to by the Time Manager (primary and secondary) to approve/endorse leave absence requests submitted by a staff member. (...) Approver Work Center 7/18Department of Management Office of Human Resources Management 21 March 2015 Approve requests for leave absence by Time Manager Quick Reference 5. (...) Approver Work Center 11/18Department of Management Office of Human Resources Management 21 March 2015 Approve requests for leave absence by Time Manager Quick Reference 12.
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