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José Marcos Silva Nogueira. Antonio Alfredo F. Loureiro. Daniel Fernandes Macedo. Leonardo Barbosa e Oliveira. Ana Paula Ribeiro da Silva. Fernando Augusto Teixeira. Artemis: An Event Operation Tool for Telecommunication Management Systems. Outline. Introduction SIS Artemis

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Artemis an event operation tool for telecommunication management systems

José Marcos Silva Nogueira

Antonio Alfredo F. Loureiro

Daniel Fernandes Macedo

Leonardo Barbosa e Oliveira

Ana Paula Ribeiro da Silva

Fernando Augusto Teixeira

Artemis: An Event Operation Tool for Telecommunication Management Systems


Outline

Outline

  • Introduction

  • SIS

  • Artemis

    • Requirements

    • Features

    • Architecture

    • Implementation aspects

    • System in operation

    • Artemis vs SISterm

  • Conclusion


Introduction t elecom management

Introduction - Telecom Management

  • Complexity of systems

    • Large number and diversity of network elements and events

    • Heterogeneity of network elements

    • Networks and network elements managed by specific and distinct platforms

    • Variety of communications protocols


Introduction sis

Introduction – SIS

  • SIS – System for Integration of Supervision

    • Telemar management systems

      • Largest Brazilian Telecommunication Operator

    • Fully operational in the 16 states

    • The platform is in constant evolution

    • Modular and expansible — it allows integration with new modules


Introduction motivation

Introduction - Motivation

  • To meet new demands

    • Evolution of the current operator interface system (SISTerm)

    • Performance improvement

    • Parallelism

      • Simultaneously, to perform queries acknowledgement, etc

    • Usability and ergonomy enhancements

    • Portability


Sis operating model

SIS – Operating Model


Sis interaction with network elements

SIS – Interaction with Network Elements


Sis hierarchical structure

SIS – Hierarchical Structure

UCP

SIS

UCR

UCR

UCR

UCS

UCS

UCS

Supervised

systems to be

integrated

QSIS

QSSS

Q3

UCA

Agent

Agent

ER

ER


Sis operation example

Modem

Agent

ELCOM

DB

Modem

Modem

CMIP-LIKE

ELCOM/Batik

Agent

AXE

Modem

Modem

Manager

AXE/Ericsson

Agent

CEL

Modem

Modem

CELULAR

BS

SIS – Operation Example

Supervisor Station


Artemis requirements

Artemis - Requirements

  • Integration with several management systems

    • SNMP based, SIS, others

  • Centralization and decentralization of the operation

  • Usability

    • User-friendly tool

    • Customization

  • Robustness, portability, modularity

  • High performance


Artemis features 1 2

Artemis – Features (1/2)

  • Possibility to perform list combinations (stations, supervised entities, events, etc)

  • Artemis enables list filtering: severity, alarms, etc

  • Automatic update frequency of the lists

  • Statistics about events


Artemis features 2 2

Artemis – Features (2/2)

  • Acknowledgement of alarms by operators

  • Event history

  • Remote terminals

  • Trouble tickets


Artemis architecture 1 2

Artemis – Architecture (1/2)


Artemis architecture 2 2

Artemis – Architecture (2/2)

  • Data Acquisition

    • Ability to connect directly to network devices

  • Data Management

    • Data processing

    • Statistics and reports generation

  • Visualization

    • Operator´s interface

    • Customization

  • Authentication

    • User identification


Artemis implementation aspects 1 2

Artemis – Implementation Aspects (1/2)

  • Java Language

    • Portability

    • Modularity

  • Design Patterns

  • Usability

    • Tool tips

    • Colors

  • Security

    • Authentication

    • Security customization


Artemis implementation aspects 2 2

Artemis – Implementation Aspects (2/2)

  • Auxiliary tools

    • Bugzilla

    • Concurrent Versions System (CVS)

  • Robustness and performance

    • Evaluation: Xload, Top, Gkrellm, MRTG, WMnet, etc

  • Software correctness and tests

    • Successive releases

    • Tests: both in the actual plant and in controlled environments


Artemis system in operation 1 2

Artemis – System in Operation (1/2)


Artemis system in operation 2 2

Artemis – System in Operation (2/2)


Artemis vs systerm 1 2

Artemis vs Systerm (1/2)

  • O SISTerm is the tool of event operation used nowadays by SIS

  • Artemis is a potential substitute for SISTerm

  • Comparison: Artemis versus SISTerm


Artemis vs systerm 2 2

MG Area

Station List

Equipment List

Event List

Number of elements

1597

17699

783

Tool

SISTerm

Artemis

SISTerm

Artemis

SISTerm

Artemis

Response Time

1min 40s

6s

3min 48s

1min 20s

10s

8s

Artemis vs Systerm (2/2)


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Development of a management tool for telecommunication networks – Artemis

  • Key role in large scale networks integrating a large number of heterogeneous systems

  • Better performance when compared with SISTerm

  • Usability, ergonomy, modularity and expandability


Future work

Future Work

  • Integration with other existent system and protocols


Questions

Questions

{leob,sis} @dcc.ufmg.br

http://www.sis.dcc.ufmg.br


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